ISLAMABAD  - Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Chairman Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Wednesday urged the world community to play its role in stopping brutal killings by Indian Forces in Held Kashmir.

Appreciating the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Margaret Sekaggya’s report, he appealed to the international community and UN to play their role ending the barbarism being committed against the Kashmiris. He also urged for resolving the Kashmir dispute according to the wishes and aspirations of the Kashmiri people.

Maulana said that the UN report confirmed the Indian brutalities and criticised Indian Army on violating human rights in the Valley, adding that the fundamental human rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir were being denied since 1947.

 He said that India should fulfil its promise for the effective exercise of Kashmiri’s rights, as envisaged in the relevant UN resolutions. He said that the concepts of talks, mediation and military strategies should be defined on the dialogue table, adding that Kashmir could play the role of a bridge for endorsing peace between two South Asian nuclear neighbours. “We support the Kashmiri’s cause but don’t support terrorism in the region,” Fazl said, adding “Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory according to international laws but Balochistan is an integral part of the Pakistan and debate on Balochistan in US House is absolutely wrong.

Other countries should also stop interfering into affairs of Balochistan.” He termed the case registered against Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai US attempt to please India.

 He said that Ghulam Nabi was implicated in case as he was highlighting the issue of Kashmir in US.

The Kashmir Committee chairman said that the UN report on Kashmir was a test-case, adding that is was an authentic document. He urged that UN and international community should utilize their influence to stop brutalities being committed by Indian forces in occupied Kashmir.