“Impact of the G20 Conference in Srinagar on the Kashmir issue”.

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Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi Organized a seminar on the topic of “Impact of the G20 Conference in Srinagar on the Kashmir issue” with the collaboration of the Human Rights Council of Pakistan, the speakers said that India has achieved the desired objectives by holding this conference. Instead of achieving that, it failed miserably at the diplomatic level, with member states China, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Indonesia, and Egypt, among other observer countries boycotting the meeting, saying that the meeting held in the disputed territory would not participate is a great success of Kashmiri libertarians. The international media published pictures of countless armies in streets, neighbourhoods, markets and intersections, and the international representatives who went to Srinagar themselves realized they were in jail.

Former President of the Supreme Court Bar Yaseen Azad Advocate, Sardar Nazakat of Pakistan People’s Party, Khawaja Abdullah of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, Asadullah Bhutto of Jamaat-e-Islami, Sabir Abu Maruim Secretary General of Palestine Foundation, Air Commodore (retd) Humayun Waqar, Brigadier Retd, professor Dr. Ahmed Saeed Minhas, General Secretary of Millat Human Rights Ilyas Mughal, Asif Sadozai of Kashmir community, columnist writer Bashir Sadozai and others spoke. The speakers said that from the G20 meeting in Srinagar, India’s “invalidation of the UN resolutions on Kashmir” to legitimize its illegal occupation of Kashmir by the world. The goals like “legitimizing the world” were to be achieved, but five member countries boycotted it and made it controversial, due to which the effectiveness of this meeting ended. The speakers said that the international media reports suggest that the representatives who arrived in Srinagar also took a negative impression of the Indian narrative. For three days, the international delegates were locked in hotels and rooms like a prison. Even in the presence of the delegates, the area felt insecure, it was a failure of India and a great success of Hurriyatists.

The speakers said that holding the G20 conference in Kashmir exposed the face of Modi’s fascism to the world and the delegates themselves felt that Kashmir was forcibly occupied by India. Now the world will soon pay attention to the demand to make Kashmir a demilitarized zone because some influential countries of the world have spent three days in an open prison. The speakers said that countries like USA, European Union, Canada, Australia, South Africa where human rights are respected, going to the Srinagar conference is a violation of the UN resolutions and turned a blind eye to the human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir. It is equivalent to doing. Before going to Srinagar, Khurram Parvez, Ahsan Fakto, Muhammad Yaseen Malik, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, Musrat Alam Butt, Asia Andrabi, Qasim Fakto, Irfan Meraj, Asif Sultan, Sajjad Gul, Fahad Shah, Gohar Gilani and others from 12 thousand. They should have demanded the release of more human rights defenders, political leaders and activists and journalists and to stop Indian state terrorism, but they proved by their action that human rights are not trade priority. But despite this, the UN resolutions and the struggle of the Hurriyatists is established because before the conference, the United Nations warned that this step of India is not correct.

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