ISLAMABAD: The Kashmir Advisory Committee, formed under the leadership of Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) Mushaal Hussein Mullick, held its first consultative meeting here on Saturday. The establishment of the Kashmir Advisory Committee is a key component of the 100-day plan initiated by the SAPM.
The consultative session was graced by a number of officials and dignitaries from diverse fields including Sabien Hussein Mullick (Focal Person of the SAPM), Syed Yousuf Naseem (APHC), Mr. Farooq Rehmani (APHC), Mehmood Ahmed Sagar (APHC), Sheikh Mateen (APHC), Yousaf Naseem (APHC) Mr. Abid Abbasi (President RIUJ), Prof Shahid Afridi NDU, Ghulam Muhammad Safi (APHC), Rafiq Dar JKLF,Syed Faiz Naqashbandi (APHC), Dr. Raheem Awan (DG LAJA), Prof. Zafar Iqbal Advisor SAPM, Dr. Waleed Rasool, Dr. Mukhtar Ahmad (Chairman HEC), Manzoor Masih (Human Rights Commission), Maqsood Jafri AJK intellectual, Fajar Rabia Pasha Advisor SAPM, Javed Jadoon (Director Radio101), Mr. Shafique, (Executive Director PCHR), Raja Rizwan Abbasi (Senior Advocate SCP), Musaib Manzoor (Pogram Coordinator Legal Forum for Kashmir), Dr. Syed Mujahid Gilani (President of Kashmir Youth Alliance), Mr. Ishtiaq Ahmad Bhatti (Chairman Al-Ansar Welfare), Yasir Rehman (Senior Anchor-person PTV News), Syed Waqas Banoori Advisor SAPM and Barrister Sundas Malik.
The committee held a comprehensive discussion concerning both immediate and long-term strategies for addressing the unlawful actions undertaken by India in the region of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK). Participants provided their insights and recommendations about the situation in IIOJK, particularly in light of the recent Indian Supreme Court decision affirming the annulment of Kashmir’s special status by the Indian Government.
Meanwhile, SAPM Mushaal Hussein Mullick talked about the influence of BJP and RSS ideologies on the Indian Judiciary. She raised concerns regarding the timing of the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation (Amendment) Act brought by Amit Shah and Modi.
Mushaal Urges World to Play Role for Palestine and IIOJK
Mushaal lamented that the concluding year challenged the world with two formidable questions: the worrying situations in Palestine and IIOJK.
She emphasized decisive and collaborative efforts among the people of both regions, underlining the shared struggle for their self-determination.
She remarked that the innocent people of Palestine and IIOJK were enduring the barbarism imposed by occupation forces in their struggle for the fundamental right of self-determination and urged the global community to pay attention to the escalating atrocities in these regions. Mushaal called for collective action to address the pressing human rights concerns in Palestine and IIOJK.
She expressed her deep concerns over India’s decision to ban peaceful Kashmiri political parties. She reiterated Pakistan’s steadfast commitment to the people of Kashmiri, adding that Pakistan would continue providing moral, diplomatic, and political support to the oppressed population of the region.