In occupied Kashmir, the All Parties Hurriyet Conference leader, Nayeem Ahmed Khan has said that the unparalleled sacrifices rendered by the Kashmiri people for securing their right to self-determination will not be allowed to go waste. According to Kashmir Media Service, Nayeem Ahmed Khan addressing public gatherings in Tappar and Delina areas of Baramulla said, "We respect the sacrifices laid by our people for the just cause. These sacrifices will lead us to freedom from India soon." He expressed serious concern over the stepped up human rights violations by Indian troops in the occupied territory. The APHC leader pointed out that the troops were on a killing spree with no respect to human life in Kashmir. He strongly condemned the illegal detention of Hurriyet leaders and activists under the black law, Public Safety Act. Nayeem Khan maintained that cordial relations between Pakistan and India were not possible without resolving the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the Kashmiris' aspirations. He urged the United Nations to play an effective role in settling the lingering dispute. On the other hand, the APHC spokesman in a statement issued in Srinagar termed as unrealistic the recent assertion of the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon in which he stated that the Government of India was taking all measures to protect human rights in occupied Kashmir. The spokesman said that the revelations of Wikileaks on torture and other abuses committed by Indian troops in the territory should serve as an eye-opener for the international community. "Killing of over 115 civilians including teenage students and women, and injuring hundreds of others besides incarcerating youth in various jails during last few months are a glaring instance of unabated rights violations in the Valley," he said.