The Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has called upon the United Nations to immediately intervene and convene a session of the Security Council in order to save the lives of eight million Kashmiris living under India's inhuman lockdown, curfew and military oppression.
He was speaking at a video conference attended by key UK parliamentarian, Kashmiri and Pakistani leaders and representatives of the diaspora community.
He demanded the UN Secretary-General to appoint a special envoy on Kashmir and the Security Council should hold meetings on Kashmir to come up with a roadmap to implement its resolutions on Kashmir.
Majority of the British parliamentarians attending the Kashmir webinar said Kashmir is an international, not a bilateral, issue and demanded international intercession to end human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir and resolve the issue in accordance with Kashmiris’ wishes.
Sardar Masood Khan thanked all parliamentary political parties of the UK for expressing concern over the situation of occupied Kashmir and stressing the need for a peaceful political and diplomatic settlement of the Kashmir conflict.
He made it clear that Pakistan was ready for the solution of Kashmir issue through all means including third-party mediation, in which the Kashmiris are also involved as a party to the issue.