Speakers of the event including chairman Kashmir Council said we will continue our support to the people of Kashmir till suitable resolution of the dispute. Saeed said he would dedicate 2018 to "Kashmiris who are struggling for freedom".
JUI-F leader Ghulam Ali said: "Road to South Asia peace passes through Kashmir".
He said this in his message at the eve of Kashmir Solidarity Day to be commemorated across Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir on February 5 to express solidarity with the Kashmiri brethren, said a press release.
He remarked that forceful occupation of Kashmir was against the modern norms of nation state and people's basic right to self-determination - the right to form government as per people's aspirations free from foreign interference.
President Mamnoon Hussain is to address the main ceremony of the Kashmir Solidarity Day in Islamabad later today.
The Pakistani leadership called upon the global community to urge India to respect the Human Rights Charter, put an immediate end to "gross human rights violations" in Kashmir. He added that the Pakistani government wanted to stop him from raising the Kashmir issue.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the top diplomat reaffirmed Pakistan's commitment to a just and peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute and extended Pakistan's unwavering moral, political and diplomatic support to the cause of the Kashmiri people.
According to the Pakistan Railways, special posters regarding rights of Kashmiri people and Indian atrocities in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir were displayed on four trains.
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