Kathmandu, 31 October: Nepali academicians, political leaders, journalists gathered at the Pakistan Embassy in Kathmandu denounced inhuman and brutal suppression against the Kashmiri people. They expressed solidarity to the people of India occupied Jammu and Kashmir for their freedom.
At the talk programme organised by the Embassy to mark Kashmir black day — 27 October, Sitaram, a student of international relations, senior journalist Rajan Karki, academician Dr Shastra Dutta Pant, Bishwas Mohan Acharya condemned brutality of the Indian security force against the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
They urged the international community, including the UN to end such brutality there and restore peace by fulfilling demand of the people in Jammu and Kashmir for their freedom.
They asked the Indian government for granting right to self-determination to the people there.
Pakistani ambassador Mazhar Javed, extending thanks to the Nepali participants for expressing solidarity to the people of Jammu and Kashmir, said that the decades long dispute can be resolved through right to self-determination to the people there.
The envoy explained recent escalation in human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir.
A documentary on brutal act of the Indian security force against the Kashmiri people was also screened on the occasion.
The Embassy officials had also read the message of Pakistani President and Prime Minister at the talk programme.
People’s News Monitoring Service