LAHORE: (Friday, August 30, 2019): Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmed has said that the United Nations is useless if it cannot implement its own resolutions on Kashmir. He was addressing a massive rally outside Institute of Education and Research here on Friday. Thousands of PU teachers, employees, students, children and representatives of Christians, Hindu and Sikh community participated in the gathering to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir and condemned Indian atrocities.
The participants were holding placards and banners inscribed with the slogans of freedom of Indian Held Kashmir, demanding international community to take notice of human rights violations in occupied area. Addressing the gathering, PU VC Prof Niaz Ahmed said that the United Nations had been successful in implementing its resolutions where it wanted to.
Therefore, he said, there is no reason that UN resolutions on Kashmir could not be implemented. He said that genocide of Muslims was going on in Indian Occupied Kashmir which the UN must not ignore now. He said that Indian armed forces were denying basic rights to Kashmiris but India could not suppress their voice and freedom movement through such cowardly tactics.
He said that the nation stood with people of Kashmir, Pakistan Army and Prime Minister Imran Khan. He said that Pakistan Army was No 1 Army in the world and the nation saluted its sacrifices for safeguarding the country. He said that Christians, Hindus, Sikhs and people from all other religions, communities, sects etc have unanimously joined the rallies being carried out today in Pakistan which expressed that the whole nation was on one page on Kashmir issue.
The event began with playing of national anthem of Pakistan and Azad Jammu & Kashmir. After addressing the gathering, the vice chancellor led a massive rally from Institute of Education and Research to Gate No 1 and then the participants moved on Khayaban-e-Jamia Punjab and entered Gate No 2. The head to tail distance of the crowded and charged rally on main roads was more than 1.5KM. The rally concluded at the starting point outside Institute of Education and Research where the vice chancellor and participants offered dua for freedom of Indian Occupied Kashmir. The participants also passed unanimous resolution to resolve Kashmir issue as per UN resolution.