In Swiss Press Club of Geneva seminar, speakers have expressed solidarity with besieged people of Occupied Kashmir.
Explaining the worsening situation of human rights in Kashmir, Chairman of Kashmir Institute of International Relations, Altaf Hussain Wani, urged world community to intervene to support the people of Kashmir.
Master Karan Singh, a British Kashmiri Sikh Community leader, lauded the decision of Prime Minister Imran Khan for opening the Kartarpur Corridor for pilgrims and criticized the lack of interest from government of India in this regard.
Raja Najabat Hussain, Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Self-Determination Movement International, said that his organization will keep lobbying for the people of Kashmir in Europe and other countries for their just right.
Scores of British Kashmiri and Pakistanis also showed their commitment and solidarity with the people of Kashmir under curfew.