How does Sardar Shaukat Ali Kashmiri views the issue of Kashmir

Geneva: United Kashmir Peoples National Party (UKPNP) Delegation held a protest about the Kashmir Issue led by Exiled Chairman United Kashmir Peoples National Party Sardar Shaukat Ali Kashmiri. The protest at the famous Broken Chair near Palais de Nations, the venue for the 37th Session, was participated in by different Kashmiri and Pakistani based organizations, who are presenting a case to the UNHRC against the human rights violations on both sides, the Pakistan administrative and Indian administrative parts of Kashmir.They also demanded the support of the international community to create a free independent Kashmir. Different political and civil society organizations participated especially the Baluchistan & Sindhi community of Pakistan.The objective of this protest was to draw the attention of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and the international community towards serious human rights violations in former Princely State of Jammu and Kashmir and its Peripheries and minorities rights violation in Pakistan.The demonstrators highlighted the plundering of natural resources in so-called Azad Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan. also were present Professor Lakhu Luhana World Sindhi Congress (WSC) ,Munir Mengal President Baloch Voice Association (BVA) , Arif Ajakia, UKPNP Europe Zone President Sardar Amjad Yousaf ,Secretary Information EU UKPNP Sajid Hussain ,Usman Kiani, President of the United Kashmir People’s National Party Great Britain Zone,Naeem Khan, President of UKPNP Greece Unit Israr Ahmed, Councillor Ghulam Hussain President Kashmir Freedom Movement UK & Europe, Councillor Ali Adalat, Jamil Maqsood, Fazal Karim, Junaid Qureshi Director Efsas,Dr Shabir Ch, Nasir Aziz Khan, Ghulam Ghous Ch, Ms Isabela Favero, Yoana Barakova, Cynthia HP,Collet Boutard, Zia Mustafa Narurvi, Dr Hidayat Bhutto, Abdul Rauf Laghari, Taha Saddiqui, Raziq Shafique and many others Coverage by S M Irfan Tahir Photojournalist National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Great Britain.

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