Government urged to develop bold strategy to liberate Kashmir

PESHAWAR: Students of Abasyn University organized a march under the aegis of the Department of Governance, Politics and Public Policy (GPPP) to express their solidarity with the Kashmiri brothers. Students and faculty members held banners with slogans in support of the people of Kashmir.

The chairman of the department, Dr. AZ Hilali, Dr. Yousaf Ali and Dr. Zahidullah were present on the occasion. Dr. Hilali paid a glowing tribute to the people of Kashmir for their struggle against Indian occupation and atrocities. He said India was violating human rights in held Kashmir, while the world body kept silent on the situation.

Dr Hilali urged the government to come up with a bold strategy to liberate Kashmir from Indian clutches. At the University of Peshawar, a seminar was organized at

Teachers Community Center under the auspices of the University of Peshawar Teachers Association (PUTA).

The seminar was addressed by Association President Prof Dr Jamil Ahmad, Secretary General Dr Mohammad Iqbal, Past President Dr Fazle Nasir and others.

The seminar had been organized in view of the notification by the administration of the university to organize solidarity programs with the people of Kahsmir.

The organizers had invited Vice-Chancellor Dr Mohammad Idrees to serve as the chief guest on the occasion, but he did not show up to attend the event.

The speakers highlighted the historical perspectives of the Kashmir conflict.

They urged the governments of Pakistan and India to make sincere efforts to resolve the dispute.

An exhibition was organized at the Mercy Education Complex to mark this day.

Senator Nouman Wazir was the main guest on the occasion.

Prime Foundation CEO Dr. Najibul Haq, Dr. Arshad Javed, Dr. Samad Wazir and others also attended.

A function was held at Aghosh Home of Al-Khidmat Foundation as part of Kashmir Solidarity Day. Students from centers for street children also organized an activity at Saad Bin Maaz school to mark the day.

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