MIRPUR (APP) - The historic Kashmirs Accession to Pakistan Day was marked with a grand ceremony held under the auspices of the National Events Organising Committee (NEOC) at the conference hall of the committee on Tuesday. The meeting was attended by a large number of the people from all segments of civil society including social and political workers, journalists, lawyers, members of business community and employees of private and government institutions. Chairman NEOC Muhammad Tayyeb Chaudhry presided over the meeting. The ceremony was addressed among others by the Chairman NEOC, Vice Chairman Amjad Chaudhry, Secretary General Altaf Hamid Rao, Chairman Jammu Kashmir Human Rights Commission Humayoon Zaman Mirza and several other senior leaders of various classes of civil society. Addressing the meeting, the speakers hoped that the scheduled July 26, two-day India-Pakistan foreign minister level talks in New Delhi would prove to be an affective step towards reaching a settlement of all long-standing differences especially the much-awaited peaceful settlement of Kashmir problem in line with the aspirations of the masses of Jammu & Kashmir. The speakers reiterated the Kashmiris resolve to continue struggle for the freedom of Indian occupied Kashmir from the Indian yoke and to translate the ideology of Kashmirs accession to Pakistan in the light of resolution passed this day in 1947 by the august house of All Jammu & Kashmir Muslim Conference in Srinagar. They bitterly criticized the recent traditional hostile attitude of the Indian Foreign Minister S.M. Krishna during his visit to Pakistan escaping from the composite dialogue for resolution of the long-standing issues especially the core issue of Kashmir. India, they said, must accept the reality about the situation in Kashmir and sincerely move for resolution of this much-delayed dispute through result-oriented talks with Pakistan. They said New Delhi shall have to bow before the wishes of the people of Jammu & Kashmir who do not want to stay with India even for a moment. The ongoing momentous struggle by the valiant people in Indian held Kashmir for the liberation of their motherland was an ample proof of this fact, they added. The speakers strongly condemned the increased human rights abuses by the Indian occupation forces in the Indian-held Jammu Kashmir. They called upon the international community to take immediate notice of the fast deteriorating situation in the occupied Kashmir where India had unleashed the massacre of the innocent Kashmiris fighting against the forcible and unlawful Indian rule. They said the Kashmir freedom movement was in fact the movement for completion of Pakistan, since the latter was incomplete without the former.