LONDON - A peaceful resolution of the Kashmir issue was crucial for the world peace and it could only be achieved through implementation on the United Nations Resolutions aimed at giving people of Kashmir, their right of self-determination and by stopping human rights violations of worst kind by Indian security forces. This was observed by the participants of the meeting held at the Pakistan High Commission London to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir here yesterday. The meeting to express solidarity with People of Kashmir was chaired by Pakistan High Commissioner to UK Mr Wajid Shamsul Hasan and attended by British MP Sir Gerald Kaufman, Executive Director Justice Foundation professor Nazir Shawl and number of prominent Kashmiri leaders including, Chairman Kashmir Liberation Front Prof Zafar Khan, President All Parties Kashmir Coordination Committee Dr Misfar Hasan, Secretary General Muslim Conference Zaheer Kiyani, Former MLA Ch Mohammad Khan, Maulana Yaqoob Chishti and members of Kashmiri community and officers and staff of Pakistan High Commission. Expressing the commitment of government of Pakistan for un-flinching moral and diplomatic support to people of Kashmir, the High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hasan said that in the past democratic governments in Pakistan had been able to make substantial gains for the solution of one of worlds most long standing issues. And even today all the political parties in Pakistan stand united in support of Kashmir cause. He also called upon Kashimiri leaders to foster greater unity among their ranks for achieving the goal of self-determination for People of Kashmir as unity among all the parties and groups of Kashmiris was the key to the success of this cause, Mr Hasan added. Sir Gerald Kaufman in his address said that he will discuss the issue of Kashmir on top of the agenda in his meeting with Prime Minister Gordon Brown expected next week. He said that UK and US are concerned with the situation particularly for its bearings on stability and economy of Pakistan which was essential for the peace of the entire region. He asserted that UN resolutions on Kashmir remain valid and peaceful resolution of the issue was possible only through the implementation of these resolutions. Sir Gerald Kaufman also shared his painful experiences of his visits to Kashmir where he was able to observe worst kind of violations of rights of people. He said about 500,000 to 600,000 Indian troops were deployed in Indian held Kashmir which is enormous strain on an extremely poor country where a large number of population was living below poverty line.