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Kumi Naidu assures human rights abuses in Kashmir Times of india

Kumi Naidu assures human rights abuses in Kashmir Times of india 

Secretary General Amnesty International calls on PM in New York





LAHORE (UrduPoint News Agency-22 September 2019), Secretary-General of Amnesty International, Komi Naidoun, assured of voicing human rights abuses in Kashmir. Prime Minister Imran Khan met Secretary General of Amnesty International in New York, Kumi Naidu informed about the Indian obstacles in the work of human rights organizations in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

According to media reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan met New York Secretary-General Kumi Naidu in New York. During the meeting, human rights violations were discussed in Kashmir. Komi Naidu was informed of the Indian obstacles in the work of human rights organizations in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The Prime Minister appreciated the role of Amnesty International in highlighting the situation in occupied Kashmir.

Secretary General Amnesty International Comedy Naidu on this occasion
Assured that they will call for human rights abuses in Kashmir. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that human rights organizations are not being given public access in occupied Kashmir. In addition, US Special Representative Zalmay Khalilzad called on Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The two leaders agreed on the need for a resumption of dialogue for the Afghan peace process. Prime Minister Imran Khan pledged to end unilateral talks with the Taliban at the last minute. On the other hand, a protest rally was held in Houston against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The demonstration was organized outside the NRG Stadium where Modi is to be addressed.

Kashmir, Sikhs, Indian Muslims and women are also protesting against the anti-human activities of Indian Prime Minister Modi. Protesters have shouted slogans against Indian atrocities on their T-shirts and caps. On the banners of the protests are also the face of Indian terrorism and slogans of "liberate Kashmir, end Indian occupation" against Modi's atrocities.
Demonstrators have also raised the flags of Azad Kashmir. Protesters have also inserted Nazi Modi slogans on banners. On the other hand, on September 26, at the Indian Embassy in Wellington, from 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm, there was a protest by the Pakistan Association of New Zealand, in which representatives from Kashmir and human rights organizations besides Pakistanis living in New Zealand will attend. On September 27, from 2 pm to 4 pm, a protest will be held at Christ Church, organized by the Pakistan Association of Contra Bri, against human rights violations in Kashmir.
The protest will begin on Colombo Street and end at the Bridge of Remembrance. Imran Chaudhry, president of the Pakistan Association of Canterbury, said that there will be a strong protest against Indian human rights abuses and aggression by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir. He said that he organized a protest program at Christ Church on September 27. In addition to Pakistanis, Kashmiris, members of parliament and various human rights organizations have been invited to attend.

He appealed to Pakistanis and Kashmiris based in New Zealand to express solidarity with their Kashmiri brothers by taking full part in the September 27 protest.

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