Restoration of Srinagar-Muzaffarabad truck service demanded

December 5th, 2007 - 7:40 pm ICT by admin  

Muzaffarabad, Dec 5 (ANI): A group of political parties held a peaceful demonstration in Pak-occupied- Kashmir (PoK) Capital demanding the restoration of the truck service between Srinagar and Muzaffarabad.
The parties like Bolore Jammu Kashmir (BJK) and All Parties National Alliance (APNA) demanded that both the Indian and Pakistani governments should take steps in this regard.
The political leader also condemned the ban on their entry into the Chakothi Bazaar and demanded an inquiry by an independent and impartial international commission for the basic right of the citizens of Jammu Kashmir which had been infringed by the occupation of the Pakistani forces there.
Since APNA had already announced this demonstration to be peaceful, they avoided any altercation.
Those who led demonstration included APNA chairman Farooq Niazi, Secretary General Arif Shahid, spokesman MARK Khaleeque, President of the Jammu and Kashmir National Liberation Front (JKNLF) Shaukat Maqbool Butt, JKLF chairman Sardar Rauf Kashmiri, Vice chairman of the United Kashmir People’s National Party (UKPNP) Wiqar Kazimi, and Kamran Beg, a leader of Jammu-Kashmir National Students’ Federation (JKNSF).(ANI)

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