SRINAGAR - During his ongoing tour to the Indian Held Kashmir, PPP AJK leader Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chauhdry held important meetings with veteran Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani, Chief Minister IHK Omar Abdullah and officer-bearers of High Court Bar Association Srinagar. Despite that senior veteran Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Geelani was house-arrested and was under strict surveillance of Indian troops deployed outside his residence, Barrister Sultan managed to enter Geelanis house and held a meeting with him. The meeting was followed by a joint press conference held outside Geelanis house that was attended by hundreds of Kashmiri youths and activists of Kashmirs liberation movement. Both the leaders categorically demanded implementation of United Nations resolutions on Kashmir asking the international community to play its role in stopping Indian highhandedness in Occupied Valley. Later, Sultan met IHK CM Omar Abdullah. Both the leaders agreed that there should be no bar on Kashmiris intending to visit Pakistan, AJK and vice versa. The leaders agreed that the respective chambers of commerce in IHK, AJK, Pakistan and India should play role in promotion of cross-border trade. Sultan also took up the matter of thousands of unmarked graves in IHK and demanded of resolution of Kashmir cause. Sultan held a meeting with the senior office-bearers of High Court Bar Association in Srinagar. A related ceremony was organised that was chaired by Mian Abdul Qayyum while Vice President HC Bar Bashir Dar and Secretary Muhammad Shamim also shared views. They said that India had exhausted all the tactics of suppression and barbarianism in IHK but it failed and the dawn of freedom was not far from IHK.