YFK Sets 200 Doves Free For Kashmir On World Human Rights Day

By News Desk

ISLAMABAD—YFK – International Kashmir Lobby Group set free 200 Doves to send a message of peace to the world on World Human Rights Day at Fatimah Jinnah Park, Islamabad. A number of renowned people joined YFK Kashmir activists including politicians, media persons, human rights defenders, volunteers & civil society members to mark this day to let world know Kashmir is in need of Peace.

On this occasion, Mr. Afzal Butt-Ex President PFUJ, Ms. Mushaal Hussein Mullick-Wife of Senior Kashmiri Leader Yasin Malik, Sardar Khalid Ibrahim-MLA AJK & President JKPP, Mr. Ramesh Singh-Member Provincial Assembly Punjab, Ms. Nadia Khatak-Youth Activist PTI, and others expressed their concerns on recent situation in Kashmir and the way Indian army is killing innocent Kashmiris with full impunity speak volumes about the champions of so called world’s largest democracy.

The participants of the event asked world community to raise their voice for the people of Kashmir and against the human rights violations committed by India and demanded the policy makers to come to the dialogue to resolve the dispute of Kashmir which is still pending due to the stubbornness of India.

Youth Forum For Kashmir (YFK) is Pakistan’s first pro-Kashmir, registered and non-partisan International lobbying group led by young Kashmiris and Pakistanis working to ensure justice to Kashmiris living under Indian-military occupation.

Press Release
Dateline Islamabad December 10, 2016
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