The Government College University Lahore on Friday established the Kashmir Society in collaboration with the Peace and Culture Organization headed by Mushaal Hussein Mullick, a human rights activist and the wife of Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik.
The GCU Kashmir Society will be led by a group of most brilliant students of the University who will project the plight of the incarcerated people of Kashmir at all the levels by employing creative ways and means.
Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Asghar Zaidi and Peace and Culture Organization Chairperson Mushaal Hussein Mullick jointly signed the notification of establishing the GCU Kashmir Society after a seminar on liberation of Kashmir at GCU Lahore where Mullick highlighted a need for exposing the human rights violations and genocide of Kashmiris before the international community with evidences.
Mushaal Mullick said that Indian was ollowing the Israeli pattern of occupation; villages after villages were being getting evacuated to settle Hindus and Kashmiris were being slowly pushed to the Line of Control.
She paid glowing tributes to the Kashmiri women, saying that they were the most oppressed in the world; they were harassed in every street of the valley by Indian armed forces. “Most of them were physically assaulted, tortured or raped but yet they are still fighting for their rights and freedom,” she added.
Mullick told the students that the prosperity and peace of whole region was linked to the peaceful resolution of Kashmiri. “All the water of Pakistan came from Kashmir, and if this freedom movement dies, India would never let Pakistan to have his water,” she added.
Speaking on occasion, Vice Chancellor Prof Zaidi said “Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had said Kashmir is the jugular vein of Pakistan; imagine your own jugular vein bleeding and think what would happen to you, so similar is being happened to Kashmir and Pakistan.”
Prof Zaidi laid a stress on raising an effective voice for the rights and freedom of Kashmiris, saying that the first time in history, the current government and their Prime Minister Imran Khan was doing his best much better than the all previous government to raise a voice for the people of Kashmir.
It was also agreed by the speakers that a constitutional petition should be filed before the Indian Supreme Court for declaring the new amendments in the Article 370-35 (A) of the Indian Constitution ultra vires being against the fundamentals of Indian constitution and people of Indian.
Chairman International Kashmir Rights Commission of Pakistan Rai Muhammad Nawaz Kharl, and academician Prof Zafar Iqbal Sindhu also addressed the seminar attended a large number of students and faculty members.