SRINAGAR (Agencies) - Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and the world over observed the Right to Self-determination Day on Wednesday to remind the international community that the UN resolutions on Kashmir have remained unimplemented even after the passage of more than six decades. On this day in 1949, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution, acknowledging Kashmiris' right to self-determination and giving them the right to decide their future by themselves. Addressing a seminar in Srinagar, the speakers said the people of Kashmir had been facing the worst form of state terrorism due to the non-implementation of the UN resolutions. The speakers including Syed Ali Geelani, Dr Javed Iqbal, Zaheeruddin, Prof Sh Showkat Hussain, Z G Muhammad and Riaz Masroor said the Kashmiris had been rendering unparalleled sacrifices to secure their right to self-determination. They said the world body should recognise its responsibility and come forward to implement its resolutions on Kashmir. APHC leader and Jammu and Kashmir People's Movement Chairman Ghulam Ahmed Mir, addressing a session of his party activists in Jammu, said that the UN resolutions on Kashmir were still as much relevant as they were six decades back when they were adopted. Meanwhile, the speakers at a seminar in Islamabad organised by the APHC-AJK deplored that the UN had not been able to give effect to its resolutions to hold plebiscite in Occupied Kashmir. A resolution, which was passed on the occasion, asked the world community to impress upon India to settle the dispute in accordance with Kashmiris' aspirations. In a statement in London, the Executive Director of Kashmir Centre, Prof Nazir Ahmed Shawl, pointed out that permanent peace was not possible in South Asia unless the Kashmir dispute was resolved. On the other hand, Indian troops, in their fresh acts of state terrorism, martyred one innocent Kashmiri youth at Lolab in Kupwara. Two policemen including a Station House Officer were injured in an attack at Dhobi Mohalla in Batmaloo area of Srinagar.