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OIC urges India to end human right violation in Kashmir
Wednesday November 6, 2013 11:36 AM, News Network

Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Tuesday while reaffirming its "full support and solidarity" with the people of Jammu and Kashmir, urged the Indian government to end its human rights violations in the area.

"A delegation from the OIC will soon be visiting Pakistan and Azad Kashmir to assess the current situation and I hope that the Indian government will also allow an OIC fact-finding mission to visit Indian Kashmir," OIC Secretary General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu said while inaugurating a photo exhibition highlighting the political and human rights situation in Jammu and Kashmir at the OIC General Secretariat in Jeddah.

"These pictures of violence and human rights violations in Kashmir are living proof of the atrocities committed by Indian Armed Forces on innocent Kashmiri people, which is deeply regrettable", he said.

Stating that the OIC will play its role as much as it can to solve the issue, Ihsanoglu said, "These exhibitions will help the world know about the misery and torture of Kashmiri people."

Pakistan's Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Naeem Khan, also participated in the inaugural function.

"Pakistan will continue with its peaceful efforts to gain their right to self-determination as guaranteed by the UN Resolution for Kashmiri people. Kashmir is the oldest issue on the UN agenda," Mohammed Naeem Khan said.

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