Representatives of various faiths joined hands to raise their voices against the atrocities being carried out in the Indian held Kashmir. For this sake, Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) minorities’ wing put forth three resolutions. Representatives of Christian and Hindu faiths agreed upon the resolutions during the All Pakistan Minorities Parties and Churches conference held at the Idara Noor-e-Haq on Tuesday, October 25.
The resolutions presented included condemnation against the atrocities of Indian Army in Kashmir, and the terrorist strike on the police training center in Quetta. On the three resolutions also included implementation on verdict of Sindh High Court. Sindh High Court had pronounced a ban on the on liquor throughout the Sindh province.
Indian forces have been committing crimes against humanity in Kashmir, stated JI Karachi chief Naeemur Rehman in his presidential address. Younus Sohan, JI’s minority wing head, said that United Nations and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) have to step up their efforts to thwart India’s atrocities in Kashmir.
“A small effort is needed to make the institutions and countries speak up for their brothers in Kashmir who are fighting the war,” he said while adding, that all the minorities of Pakistan are backing Kashmiris and will not abandon them.
Pakistan Masihi Awami Party’s Chairperson, Salamat Khokhar said that he supports JI’s resolution to forward the demands to UN and OIC to take action against the human rights abuses being carried out in the Indian held Kashmir. He also offered deepest condolences to the family of the deceased of the Quetta attack while condemning the act in strong words.