Pakistan stands with Kashmir
We stand against Indian Brutalities
Kashmiris are United
Strength in Unity
Kashmir wants justice
Justice delayed is justice denied
Why justice is mute in IOJ & K
Let justice speak
International community has to speak
Indian actions in IOJ & K are illegal and unlawful
Million signatures campaign-petition before united nations human rights commission

Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Imran Khan addressing the 74th United Nation General Assembly Session in September, 2019 had drawn global attention on the issue of Kashmir in the wake of illegal revocation of article 370 of the Indian Constitution and has pointed out that 8 million Kashmiries are caged like animals in their homes and UN now must urge India to lift the curfew. He emphasized that it is also a test for United Nations.

Pursuant to the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, we the common people of Punjab who are on the streets, in public spaces, on the buses, in the parks, in the shops, in the offices and in homes are signing this petition & collectively reiterate the stance of the Prime Minister. We, the people, submit this petition on this day i.e. December 10th, 2019 to United Nations Human Rights Commission to remind international community that people in the occupied Jammu and Kashmir are facing worst kind of suffering, discrimination and un-told brutal treatment. We, the people, stand by the people of Kashmir, through thick & thin and demand that international community must act now and to stop this genocide. We, the people, also demand to end of these human rights violations as well as lifting of curfew in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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Activities
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15 Minutes Remembrance Session

Fifteen Minutes ‘Remembrance Session’ is being observed as an act of solidarity with Kashmiri People in all Government Departments in the Civil Secretariat as well as in their field formations on every Friday.

Kashmir Hour

“Kashmir Hour” is being observed in all educational institutions including Universities / Colleges / Schools on every Friday in the Province.

Million Signatures Campaign

A ‘Million Signatures Campaign’ initiated throughout the Country / Province for presentation of the same to the United Nations on December 10th 2019, Human Rights Day to raise awareness amongst the International Community regarding atrocities being committed in Kashmir.

National Kashmir Conference on Peace

A National Kashmir Conference is being held at Lahore.

Grand March

Annual Grand March will be arranged on 5th February or any other day to express unanimity with Kashmiri People.

Kashmir Solidarity Day

Kashmir Day or Kashmir Solidarity Day is a public holiday in Pakistan on February 5 each year. It focuses on showing Pakistan’s support and unity with the people of Indian-occupied Kashmir, their ongoing freedom struggle, and to pay homage to Kashmiri martyrs who lost their lives fighting for Kashmir’s freedom.

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Muhammad Basharat Raja
Minister for Law & Parliamentary Affairs
(Chairman)
Uzma Kardar
MPA, w-311
(Member)
M. Nadeem Qureshi
MPA PP-216
(Member)
Mahinder Pall Singh
MPA, NM-366
(Member)
Nazir Ahmed Chohan
MPA PP-167
(Member)
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(Member)
Chaudhry Mazhar Iqbal
PP-243
(Member)
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The Chief Secretary, Punjab
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The Secretary Information & Culture
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