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JKNAP UK Seminar on ”the hurdles in the reunification of the State of Jammu Kashmir

London: A seminar on the hurdles that need to be overcome in the Reunification of the State of Jammu and Kashmir was held at the Harmony Hall, Walthamstow . Orgnised by Jammu Kashmir National Awami Party (JKNAP), hosted by Sajjad Raja Chairman JKNAP UK. The Chief guest was the President of Dogra Sadar Sabha J&K and Former Minister Jammu and Kashmir, Thaker Gulchain Singh Charak. The keynote speakers delivered their views and said before the Right of self-determination we should seek reunification of whole state of Jammu and Kashmir. They said we should unite the Kashmiri Community and then decide our future. Pakistan and India are using Kashmiris as a puppet and dominise our nationalism and patriotism. They condemned the militant’s role in the valley who are promoting the agenda of the outsiders. They also said we can achieve our goals through acceptance of each other. They urged Amnesty International to support Kashmiris in stopping the human rights violations in State of Jammu and Kashmir. Keynote Speakers were Thakur Gulchain Singh Charak President Dogra Sadar Sabha & Former Minister Jammu & Kashmir,Manu Khajuria Chairperson Voice of Dogras, Dr Shabir Chaudhary UKPNP, Amjad Yousaf President UKPNP EUROPE,Sher Aalam Leader Jammu Kashmir Liberation League, Also were present Shazia GD Chairperson Women Wing JKNAP UK , Shahida Dildar Secretary Women Wing JKNAP UK Sameena Raja Writer and Historian, Rizwan Siddique General Secretary ,Saiem Manzoor Assistant General Secretary ,Majid Mir Chairman Finance Board, Muhammad Azeem Chairman Media Board,Raja Dildar Vice President, Zaheer Ahmed Membership Secretary ,Ajmal Khan Social Secretary , Raja Ghazanfar Deputy Organiser, Muhammad Akhraiz Member Working Committee, Tasweer Kayani President JKNAP Leeds Unit, Naveed Ahmed ,Mehtab Saqib Member Working Committee,Gulfraz Arif Member Working Committee and Others. Report by S M IRFAN TAHIR Photojournalist / Member National Union of Journalists (NUJ) Great Britain.

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