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Former Convenor Hurriyat Conference concerned about the condition of people of Indian Occupied Kashmir

Former Convenor Hurriyat Conference concerned about the condition of people of Indian Occupied Kashmir

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Former Convenor Hurriyat Conference concerned about the condition of people of Indian Occupied Kashmir

Islamabad: Former Convenor of Hurriyat Conference AJK and the head of Global Peace Movement Jammu and Kashmir Muhammad Hussain Khateeb and President of the international think tank Institute of Peace and Development INSPAD prominent Kashmiri intellectual Dr. Muhammad Tahir Tabassum met here and discuss and reviewed current situation especially in Poonch and Rajouri in Jammu region, the killings of innocent people and the search operation against the civilian population were discussed and these cruel actions of the Indian government were strongly condemned. In the meeting, there was a detailed discussion on the day-by-day deteriorating situation of the state and the weaknesses and shortcomings of the movement were discussed. The 78-year long unresolved Kashmir conflict has emphasized the need to take new initiatives to bring international attention to Kashmir. And it has been emphasized that the world knows that the state of Jammu and Kashmir was an independent state before the partition, which was made controversial in 1947 without the will of the Kashmiri people, but for 7 decades, both countries failed to resolve the dispute over Jammu and Kashmir, while the resolutions approved by the United Nations, the right to self-determination is yet to be implemented and India is making conspiracies to change the population in the state, which are condemnable. A positive environment can be created in bringing both countries and Kashmiris to the dialogue table. The meeting emphasized the need to implement these proposals and said that the majority of the state, including Muslims and non-Muslims, would agree to these proposals.
Both leaders demanded the restoration of the status of the disputed state of Jammu and Kashmir in 1947 and emphasized the need to find a peaceful and acceptable solution to the will of the people of Jammu and Kashmir through negotiations and dialogue Deteriorating conditions in the region can be controlled. The unrest and bloodshed are increasing day by day in the state and so far more than 6 lakh innocent Kashmiri people have been martyred and blood is continuously flowing while the economy of the state has been destroyed. It was also agreed that we both countries, should get access to secular,peace-loving and humanitarian experts and intellectuals so that they not only help in solving the long-standing problems between the two neighboring countries, but also in the construction and development of the two countries, the establishment of peace and the eradication of poverty. Can play their effective role.
It was also decided in the meeting that a comprehensive road map should be prepared in which all sections of the state can participate and play their full role. Finally, Israel and its ally countries in Palestine strongly condemned terrorism by Israel and Islamic countries neglect. In the end, while paying tribute to prominent Kashmiri intellectual Prof. Nazir Ahmed Shawl for his long services, and called his death a great loss and prayed for forgiveness for the martyrs of Gaza and Kashmir.

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Musadik Malik emphasises adoption of environment-friendly technology for sustainable development

Musadik Malik emphasises adoption of environment-friendly technology for sustainable development

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Musadik Malik emphasises adoption of environment-friendly technology for sustainable development

 Federal Minister for Petroleum Musadik Malik underscores the need for embracing environment-friendly technology to ensure sustainable development in Pakistan. 

In a recent address at a ceremony held in Islamabad, Minister Malik highlighted the pressing issue of environmental instability, noting that despite a purported zero carbon footprint, Pakistan was grappling with the adverse effects of climate change. 

He pointed to alarming indicators such as rising global temperatures and increased incidents of extreme weather events, including flash floods in Sindh that have devastated numerous villages, exacerbating food insecurity in the region. 

Acknowledging the dual challenge of environmental and economic instability, Minister Malik stressed the imperative for concerted action to address these issues. 

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He revealed that Pakistan’s total exports stand at $30 billion, with energy exports comprising a significant portion at $20 billion. 

To confront these challenges head-on, Minister Malik announced plans to ramp up petroleum products production, citing its critical role in ensuring energy security and fostering economic growth. 

He outlined various policies aimed at facilitating this increase, including incentivising consortiums for small companies and fostering cooperation with international stakeholders.

Underlining the centrality of energy security to economic development, Minister Malik reiterated the importance of adopting environment-friendly technologies to meet the nation’s energy demands sustainably.

He emphasised the utilisation of national resources as a key strategy in this endeavour.

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Islamabad police register case of armed assault on PTI leader Raoof Hasan

Islamabad police register case of armed assault on PTI leader Raoof Hasan

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Islamabad police register case of armed assault on PTI leader Raoof Hasan

A day after unidentified transgender persons armed with blades wounded PTI leader Raoof Hasan in an attack in Islamabad, police on Wednesday registered a case of the assault. 

The case registered against unidentified transgender persons at the Aabpara police station includes sections related to the charges of attempted murder and death threats. 

According to the first information report (FIR), Raoof Hasan was heading to a parking lot after participating in a TV talk show when he was ambushed by three transgender-like persons. 

The FIR details that these attackers tried to cut his throat with a sharp-edged tool. Hasan suffered a cut in the face when he stepped back in a bid to protect himself, it adds. 

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In the FIR, Raoof Hasan alleged that a similar attack was attempted on him two days back in Islamabad’s Blue Area. 

The PTI information secretary was attacked on Tuesday afternoon by some unidentified transgender persons with a blade in Islamabad’s G-7 area. He suffered a cut in the face.

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JAP urges Punjab governor to return defamation bill unapproved

JAP urges Punjab governor to return defamation bill unapproved

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JAP urges Punjab governor to return defamation bill unapproved

The Judicial Activism Panel has penned a letter to Punjab Governor Sardar Salim Haider Khan, vehemently urging him not to approve the controversial Punjab Defamation Bill 2024 recently passed by the Punjab Assembly. 

The letter, authored by the Judicial Activism Panel, highlighted grave concerns over the Defamation Bill, asserting that its passage by the Punjab Assembly contradicts the principles outlined in Article 19 of the constitution. 

According to the panel, the enforcement of this bill poses a significant threat to the freedom of speech, a fundamental right guaranteed to every citizen. 

The panel argued that the implementation of the Defamation Bill would severely restrict the public’s access to vital information, serving as a formidable obstacle to the citizens’ right to information. 

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They emphasised that the bill, if enacted, would curtail the freedom of speech, thereby violating the fundamental right of the citizens.

Expressing apprehension, the letter said the law could potentially be exploited to serve political interests, further undermining the democratic principles upon which the nation is built.

In their fervent plea to Governor Sardar Salim Haider Khan, the Judicial Activism Panel demanded that he refrain from approving the bill and instead return it to the Punjab Assembly without his endorsement.

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