KARACHI – Jamaat-e-Islami Azad Jammu and Kashmir chief Abdur Rasheed Turrabi on Sunday called on all political parties to put the Kashmir issue at the top of their election manifestoes.Addressing a press conference at Idara-e-Noor Haq, Turrabi said the award of most-favoured nation to India by the Pakistani government was tantamount to betraying the blood of Kashmiri martyrs and also an attempt to put the solidarity of the country at stake. He added that the discussions between Pakistan and India would not prove fruitful until the latter adopted a serious approach towards the Kashmir issue. “The Kashmiris are determined to continue their struggle till achievement of their self-determination right,” he said. Turrabi said that the founder of All-Parties Hurriyat Conference had been placed under house arrest for the last one year and was not even allowed to offer Friday and Eid prayers, and go for pilgrimage.He however noted that the Amnesty International, Asia Watch and human rights organisations of India had taken notice of barbarism of the Indian security forces. He added that Indian scholars Arwin Dehti Roy, Gotham Nolakha and others raised their voice against terrorism of Indian forces in Kashmir.He also said that Indian water aggression was increasing as it had build dams on rivers and lakes, adding that 56 dams had so far been built by India. Referring to the in-camera briefing of Interior Minister Rehman Malik to parliamentarians, Turrabi said the minister informed Parliament that the Indian intelligence agency, RAW, deteriorated the law and order situation in Balochistan and FATA and dozens of RAW centres were being run in Afghanistan in the form of consulates.He urged the Pakistani government to pull back itself from Indian friendship and play its role to unveil Indian terrorism at the forms of Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC), United Nations (UN). JI Karachi General Secretary Naseem Farooqui, JI Ameer Azad Kashmir Karachi wing Sardar Abdul Hameed, Sardar Anwar and Secretary Information Zahid Askari and others were also present on the occasion.