Pakistan committed to Right of self-determination of Kashmiris: Sher Bahadur

BIRMINGHAM: Pakistan considers Kashmir as its jugular vein and Kashmiris people are blue eyed of the country and it is imperative India and Pakistan should hold dialogue to find an honorable solution of Kashmir.

This was stated by speakers at Kashmir Solidarity Day function held at Pakistan Consulate Birmingham. Consul General Sher Bahadur Khan was chief guest in a function which was attended by people from all walks of life and different shades of opinion. The function was started with the recitation from Holy Quran by Qari Muhammad Sultan while Raja Javed Iqbal presented Naat in honor of Holy Prophet PBUH. Muhammad Faisal Abrro of Pakistan Consulate conducted the function.

Muhammad Saeed Mughal MPE, Advisor to AJK Government Chaudhry Manzoor Hussain, Chaudhry Rasheed, Sunni council leader Moulana Bostan Al Qadri, Tehreek e Kashmir Europe leader Muhammad Ghalib, Tehreek e Kashmir Britain President Faheem Kayani, Pakistan Peoples’ Party Midlands president Chaudhry Muhammad Khadim, Raja Gultasib, Prominent business leader Muhammad Nazir Awan, Muhammad Abbasi, Chaudhry Muhammad Farid, Councilor Waseem Zafar, Chaudhry Muhammad Nazir, Nayab Mughal, Shahzad Iqbal, Chaudhry Abdul Majeed, Peoples’ Btitish Forum leader Wajid Barki, Chaudhry Afzal, Advisor to AJK Government Raja Fazlur Rehman, Muhammad Waheed Rasab, Syed Abid Kazmi, businessman Raja Ishtiaq, Haji Muhammad Ayub, Moulana Abdul Majeed, Haji Ayub Anjum, Qari Muhammad Sultan, former Councilor Chaudhry Zakirullah, Moulana Madni, Haji Muhammad Bashir Arain, Raja Basharat Rattvi, Mian Muqbool, Masood Khan and Muhammad Faisal were prominent among participants who expressed solidarity with Kashmiri people.

Addressing the gathering Sher Bahadur said world powers press India to allow Kashmiri people to exercise their right of self-determination which is recognized by India and by United Nations. He said Pakistan will raise Kashmir issue forcefully on every forum till Kashmiris get their right of self-determination.