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Seminar “Kashmir Issue: A Crisis Beyond Boundaries”

Lahore: Department of Mass Communication, Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) organized a seminar “Kashmir Issue: A Crisis beyond Boundaries” at varsity auditorium. Mr. Aslam Iqbal, Provincial Minister for Information, Government of Punjab, as the chief guest of the occasion, along Prof. Dr. Mughees uddin Sheikh, Dean at UMT, Mr. Salman Ghani, Senior Analyst and Journalist, Dunya TV, Mr. Salman Abid, Senior Journalist and columnist, Prof. Dr. Bushra Mirza, VC LCWU, and Dr. Anjum Zia HoD Deptt. Of Mass Communication LCWU stressed on the solution of Kashmir issue for regional and global peace.

Mr. Aslam Iqbal, Provincial Minister for Information, Government of Punjab said that Kashmir was not an internal issue of India rather its solution was mandatory for regional stability and global peace. “Pakistan is stick on one stance and current government whole-heartedly supports the Kashmiris,” He further said.
Dr Bushra Mirza, VC of LCWU, was of the view that Kashmir was not internal problem of India but it was an international dispute. She said that the story of Kashmir was the story of Indian repression and conspiracies.  Dr Bushra Mirza, VC of LCWU, opined seminars like this event by LCWU may be a small contribution but they were trying to contribute on their level.

“Kashmir is an unfinished agenda of partition, which has created instability in the South Asia since both India and Pakistan are the nuclear powers, So global community must take it seriously” Prof. Dr. Mughees uddin Sheikh, Dean of School of Media Studies at UMT.

Salman Ghani, Senior Analyst and Journalist, Dunya TV, said that Modi was following Hindutva philosophy and it had also exposed India’s false claims of biggest democracy and secular state of the world. He said that Pakistan was countering India successfully at international forums.

Salman Abid, Senior Journalist and columnist was also of the view that BJP government was implementing philosophy of extremist Hindu organization RSS. He said that the present crisis in Kashmir had vindicated two-nation theory that the demand for the separate homeland by the Muslims was justified. Dr. Anjum Zia, HoD of Mass Communication Department said that India should stop denying ground realities, must come out of illusions and accept the fact that it cannot suppress the voice of Kashmiris with brute force and conspiracies. She further criticized the Indian media for being obsessed with enmity of Pakistan.

In her concluding remarks, Dr Bushra Mirza, VC of LCWU expressed her solidarity with the people of Kashmir and thanked the participants. The seminar was attended by a large number of teachers and students of LCWU and media persons. 

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