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Stop human right violations in PoK Gilgit, Baluchistan: JKUF
10/22/2018 9:49:43 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 22: -

The Jammu and Kashmir Unity Foundation, which observed 'Black Day' on Monday, commemorating the first invasion of Indian territories in Jammu and Kashmir by the Pakistani Army on October 22, 1947, said that the war started by Pakistan on October 22, continues in new forms.
During a seminar '22nd October 1947-Pakistan Invasion Not A Tribal Raid,' organised by the JKUF here, the panelists said that the war from inside the state has to end, in order to defeat the possibility of war from outside, by Pakistan.
They lamented that the most radical indoctrination of the youth, particularly in Kashmir valley continues and the infrastructure of indoctrination is flourishing in the state. This infrastructure has got nourishment from various policies pursued in the name of creating peace in the state as well as from the educational system infiltrated by the Wahabi/Salafi Islamists, the panelists noted.
The day is observed as Black Day by the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Yuvraj Gupta, veteran PoK refugee leader; Dr Ajay Chrungoo, Chairman Panun Kashmir; Mohd Tariq, President Jiyo Aur Jeene Do; Ankur Sharma, Advocate; Er Ghulam Ali Khatana, Prominent Gujjar leader & senior BJP leader; Prof Hari Om, President Jammu for India; Ajaat Jamwal, President JKUF, spoke on the occasion.
The deliberations of the programme started with offering of tributes to the victims of Pakistani invasion in 1947. The participants observed a two minutes silence in the memory of all the citizens of India who lost their lives during the invasion of Jammu and Kashmir.
The participants in the seminar resolved to stand up as one Nation and one people to defeat Pakistan's subversive religious war in Jammu and Kashmir.
Former Dean and HoD History dept, University of Jammu Prof. Hari Om, said that Pakistani aggression that started in 1947 has actually never stopped and continues relentlessly. Pakistan is now targeting Jammu in a big way through a very sinister gameplan of changing its Hindu majority demographic character. It is also investing in creating an indoctrinated mass of people who can be easily lured to pick up the gun. Indian state has only addressed the external dimension of terrorism and not its internal support structures which need to be destroyed as a foremost condition to create peace.
Ankur Sharma, Advocate and Chairman IkkJutt Jammu said there is an imperative necessity to respond to the Jihadi war both at the ideological as well as ground level. He said Kashmir is almost in the grip of Jihadi forces while Jammu is being penetrated by them using their influence in the Govt and the political establishment. He said that it should be clear to everybody that the separatists, terrorists and Pakistan are using democratic system to promote their cause. To deny the democratic space to them is a critical requirement in case war against terrorism has to be won. This can be done by denying democratic space to those people who pay only a lip service to the Constitution of India, democratic set up in the State, secularism and Nationalism.
Earlier Pushvinder Singh Manhas presented the welcome address and Amit Gupta presented the vote of thanks. Prominent among others present were Shree Kerni, Sarpanch, Vikas Gandotra, Pawan Gupta, Rajan Gupta, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Kuldeep Chib and Vikram Singh.
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