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Chairman Kashmir Council EU meets AJK President

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Kashmir  Council EU, Ali Raza Syed met Azad Kashmir President Sardar Mohammad Yaqub Khan yesterday at Kashmir House Islamabad. Ali Raza Syed briefed the President on the Council’s activities in the context of Kashmir issue in Europe. He also presented a report in this regard to the President Sardar Yaqub.
President AJK hailed the efforts of Kashmir Council for raising Kashmir issue at Europe. However, the President also insisted on unity among the Kashmiris  struggling for Kashmir issue abroad. He said, unity is need of time and the people should struggle well co-ordinately to raise the issue of Jammu and Kashmir at the international level.

Briefing about the activities of the Kashmir Council EU (Europe), Ali Raza Syed said, the Council so far raised the issue of Kashmir at the different forums through meetings, seminars, conferences at the different places including EU parliament and assemblies of the different countries including federal legislative body of Belgium and universities and colleges. Another member of Kashmir Council EU, Sardar Sadique was also present during the meeting.
Presenting a report on Kahsmir Council EU’s activities in Europe, Ali Raza Syed said, the council has raised the issue of unnamed mass graves in Indian Held Kashmir and demanded the International Criminal Court to send a team to investigate the issue and bring the culprits involved in the extra judicial killings to the justice.

Giving further detail about current movement, Ali Raza Syed said, recent Campaign of Kashmir Council EU for collection of ‘One Million Signatures’ from Europeans is currently on going with its extreme spirit and so far a large number of people in Belgium, Holland, France and UK signed the documents in favour of innocent Kashmiri people. The report on completion of one million signature would be presented at EU parliament.

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