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Modi committed a constitutional terrorism by suspending article 370 and 35-A of the constitution made by his own parliament:

Ambassador Qazi M. Khalilullah (R)

By Interaction Team

The Center for International Strategic Studies Sindh (CISSS) organized a seminar on October 27 to commemorate “Kashmir Black Day” at its office. The seminar, which centered on the theme of “Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir,” was presided over by the Executive Director of CISSS, former ambassador Qazi M Khalilullah. Distinguished attendees included former ambassador Aalam Brohi, Pro. Vice Chancellor of DHA Suffa University, Brig. (R) Saeed Ahmed Minhas, and other notable figures.

Former Ambassador Qazi M. Khalilullah, in his opening remarks, asserted that the entry of the Indian army into Kashmir on October 27, 1947, initiated a prolonged attack on the innocent residents. This unfortunate situation continues to impact Kashmiris today. Despite UN resolutions, their full implementation has not taken place.

Lord Mountbatten, who was the Governor General at that time, faced criticism for unjust actions in the border division and failed to fulfill his commitment to conduct elections for Kashmiris’ right to self-determination. The removal of Kashmir’s special status, outlined in Article 35-A and Article 370 of the constitution, resulted in increased international criticism. Countries like China, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iran, and organizations including the United Nations and various human rights groups expressed their disapproval.

Former Ambassador Alam Brohi talked about the unlawful killings and war crimes happening during the Indian Army’s control of Kashmir for the last hundred years in a seminar.

The Pro. Vice Chancellor of Suffa University, Brig. (R). Prof. Saeed Ahmed Minhas, compared the conflicts in Gaza and Kashmir, highlighting their similarities. He emphasized that both issues are globally important, with the international community overlooking the fundamental geographical divisions.

In both regions, people have been facing armed brutality for 75 years, and the intruders are nuclear powers.

Both Gaza and Kashmir hold significance for their local populations, with a Muslim majority. Despite resolutions from international humanitarian organizations, implementation has been hindered by the interests of nuclear powers.

Intruders in both areas aim for demographic changes, constructing new settlements and committing war crimes to achieve their goals. The oppression and lack of self-determination for the local populations are common themes in both conflicts.

At the end of the event, Qazi Khalilullah presented shields and memos to the participants. Before that, attendees asked questions related to the topic especially about the prevailing situation in Palestine, its aftermaths and impacts on rest of the world in general and on Muslims in particular. RFI Media Team covered the whole seminar.

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