MUZAFFARABAD: The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Entrance (JKLF) agreed to name off their protest sit-in close to the Line of Control (LoC) following a gathering with the United Nations Military Observer Group of India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) on Wednesday.
Final week, AJK police had positioned containers and deployed a big contingent of officers close to Jaskool, eight kilometres from the LoC, to cease JKLF employees and supporters who needed to cross the border to assist Kashmiris dealing with Indian oppression.
The JKLF-led march had since come to a halt, and the marchers had been staging a sit-in underneath massive tents erected on the primary Muzaffarabad-Srinagar highway.
Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider and others reached Jaskool to influence the nationalist protesters to finish their starvation strike and protest.
JKLF leaders had appealed to the AJK administration to take away the obstacles and let the marchers cross LoC.
The delegation led by AJK PM met UN observers in Muzaffarabad, and demanded an finish to repression in IOK.
Speaker AJK Legislative Meeting Shah Ghulam Qadir, Minister Transport Nasir Hussain Dar, Liberation Entrance’s Abdul Hameed Butt, Saleem Haroon, Dr Touqeer Gillani, Abdul Raheem Andrabi and Raffique Dar had been additionally a part of the delegation which held negotiations with UNMOGIP representatives.
The delegation known as upon the UN to ship its fact-finding mission to occupied Kashmir, strain India to revive the pre-August 5 standing of IOK and resolve the Kashmir dispute conserving in view the desires of the Kashmiri individuals.
Talking on the event, the AJK premier stated he would let UN Observers go to any a part of AJK; nevertheless, India was reluctant to take action “so as to cover its atrocities”.
He stated Kashmiris will proceed to show the true face of India to the world.
“India has created a humanitarian disaster within the occupied valley moreover concentrating on civilians alongside the LoC. The UN should take severe discover of the scenario and assist Kashmiris realise their proper to self-determination,” PM Haider stated.
The AJK PM stated Kashmiris didn’t need the LoC to exist.
“We respect the emotions of the individuals of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Entrance (JKLF) and thanked them for not crossing the LOC,” he stated, including, “It was painful for me to cease them; time will come when this bloody LoC won’t be there.”
“We stopped JKLF individuals as a measure to guard treasured lives from attainable Indian firing from throughout the LoC, however time will not be far after we all will cross it.”
In the meantime, in an earlier assembly on the PM Home with Haider, JKLF’s Dar demanded worldwide media’s entry to the occupied valley.