Self-Determination Day saw crosswise over globe

Kashmiris on the two sides of the Line of Control and the world over watched the Right to Self-Determination Day, today, with the vow that they would proceed with the battle for settlement of the Kashmir question through a free and reasonable plebiscite under the protection of the United Nations.

Self-Determination Day saw crosswise over globe

It become in this day in 1949 whilst the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution assisting the Kashmiris’ proper to determine their future by means of themselves through UN-backed plebiscite. The day changed into marked by using various activities consisting of rallies, seminars and conferences in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan and across the world to remind the UN to shop the Kashmiris from the Indian brutalities through enforcing its resolutions on Kashmir.

The All Parties Hurriyat Conference in an announcement gave in Srinagar said that the goals passed by the United Nations Security Council on Jammu and Kashmir legitimize the battle of the Kashmiri individuals to accomplish their entitlement to self- Determination. The announcement said that these goals are declaration to the way that the Indian control of Jammu and Kashmir was unjustified, unlawful and against all standards and norms of the worldwide law. The APHC engaged the universal network especially the United Nations to hold an unbiased plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir so the Kashmiris can choose their future themselves. The APHC additionally censured the proceeded with lockdown of the domain by the Indian government.

The residents of the Kashmir Valley and Muslim areas of Jammu area continued to stand hardships on the 154th consecutive day, today, because of the army siege and lockdown imposed via the Indian authorities. The harsh wintry weather and the closure of Srinagar-Jammu excessive have delivered to the miseries of the besieged people.

An other rally also organized by APHC-AJK which held outside the Indian High Commission in Islamabad Pakistan on the day of 5th January.