Brussels: Kashmir Council EU and Kashmir Centre Holland jointly organised demonstrations on 5th February, the Kashmir Solidarity Day in Hague of Netherland and in Brussels, the capital of Belgium.
Like Pakistan, the solidarity Day observed on 5th February in Europe to renew commitment to continue supporting the Kashmiris brethren for their right to self-determination.
The demonstration with the candle lights was headed by Chairman Kashmir Council EU, Ali Raza Syed and Executive Director Kashmir Center Holland Raja Zaib Khan at the crossing of two streets, the Rue Belliard and Rue de la Regence in Brussels on Wednesday (5th Feb).
The solidarity candles attracted the European people crossing the streets towards the miseries of people of Jammu and Kashmir who are continuously suffering from the atrocities committed by Indian forces.
Earlier, a large number of the people attended the separate demonstration in front of the Dutch Parliament in Hague, the city of Holland.
On occasion, Chairman Kashmir Council EU, Ali Raza Syed said, we express complete solidarity with the Kashmiri brothers and sisters. Kashmiris are struggling for their right to self-determination for more than 60 years.
He said, the voices of cries from the Kashmir are being reached in all over the world. We are struggling to make awareness among the Europeans on Kashmir issue. We would continue our comprehensive move to obtain further European sympathy and friendship with the Kashmiris.
It is clear fact that grave atrocities are being committed against the people of Jammu and Kashmir and every day is witnessed of killings of innocent Kashmiris including women and children. People in Indian Held Kashmir particularly youth are being disappeared and large scale unnamed graves were discovered in the valley but no one of the world powers supports the Kashmiris and neither any international organization pays any attention on the cries.
He said, about 800,000 Indian forces are deployed in Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) and they are involved in the atrocities against the innocent people of the held territory.
The participants of the both demonstrations called upon the United Nations and the international community to help Kashmiri people in getting their fundamental rights to self-determination by implementing its various resolutions in letter and spirit.
Condemning the human rights violations in India Held Kashmir, the demonstrators urged the world human rights organizations to play their effective role to stop the human rights abuses in the Indian Held Kashmir (IHK).