LAHORE - Jamaat-e-Islami ex-Ameer Qazi Hussain Ahmad and Punjab Assembly Deputy Speaker Mashhood Ahmad Khan rejecting former President Pervez Musharrafs 'candid confession that Pakistan did train militants to fight against India in Occupied Kashmir, rejoined that Kashmiris freedom movement is indigenous. It is a mass movement. And that Kashmiris cannot be kept as slaves. They were addressing the concluding session of the two-day Kashmir Conference held at the Aiwan-e-Karkunan Tehreek-e-Pakistan here on Wednesday. Editor-in-Chief TheNation and Chairman Nazria Pakistan Trust Majid Nizami, Prof Humayun Ehsan, Waleed Iqbal advocate, Sadiq Jarral, NPT Vice-Chairman Prof Dr Rafique Ahmad, Shahid Rasheed and Rafaqat Riaz were also present at the conference which was attended by a large number of students and people belonging to all walks of life. Speaking on the occasion, Qazi Hussain Ahmad said that the troika of the US, Israel and India had failed to keep their control over Afghanistan, Palestine and Kashmir. Kashmiris are fighting for their very abandoned right to self-determination, he averred, adding that the UN charter enjoined the international community to support the Kashmir cause. He also rebuked Gen (r) Musharraf for having uttered such an irresponsible statement, saying the Kashmir movement was a mass freedom movement. He was of the view that any kind of dialogue with India was useless, and called upon the international community to help Kashmiris get freedom from India that was their basic human right. He further said that the US terror war, in actual fact, was a war against Islam. He was hopeful that the day when the nation would become united, Kashmir would be free, was not very far. Rana Mashhood said that the international powers were silent on Indian intransigence over Kashmir issue of self-determination. But one thing should be clear that only a strong Pakistan and wise leadership could attain Kashmir from India, he added. Condemning the Musharraf allegation regarding militant training, he said it was a pack of lies uttered by the former military ruler to damage the Kashmir cause. He appreciated the efforts of Majid Nizami in highlighting the Kashmir issue. He said that education and control over corruption could make the country strong. He said that Afghan policy and drone attacks were threats to countrys solidarity. Expressing similar views, other speakers urged the international community of courting India over its atrocities on innocent Kashmiris. They said that unarmed youth of Kashmir was united to get freedom from India and to become the part of Pakistan. They condemned the killing of innocent and unarmed Kashmiri youth by Indian forces. Nine resolutions were passed in the conference that also includes condemnation of India and stressing for the need of plebiscite in Kashmir under the UN.