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Pak PM urged to permit invitees from Gilgit – Baltistan & POK to attend Heart to Heart Talk in Delhi

        Prof. Bhim Singh, Convenor of the Heart to Heart Talk among the residents of Jammu & Kashmir has invited all legislators of Gilgit – Baltistan & POK that Pakistan describes as ‘Azad Kashmir’ to attend IIIrd Heart to Heart Talk being held in New Delhi in the last week of in January 2019. Two similar conferences were held in 2005 & 2007 in New Delhi. Late Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan, former Prime Minister & President of POK presided whereas Prof. Bhim Singh was the Convenor.

          Several legislators from both sides of Jammu & Kashmir attended the Heart to Heart Talks.

          Prof. Bhim Singh has written a letter to the Indian Prime Minister to allow such a conference in Delhi whereas he has sent an urgent letter to Pak Prime Minister, Shri Imran Khan, to issue permission to the J&K leaders from POK & Gilgit – Baltistan to attend the conference in Delhi. Prof. Bhim Singh has also urged the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, to intervene for issuing gratis entry visas to the invitees.

          Prof. Bhim Singh said that this conference Heart to Heart Talk was delayed because he did not receive any response from the Govt. of Pakistan regarding clearance to the Jammu & Kashmir leaders to visit India to attend this conference.

          Prof. Bhim Singh said that the Prime Minister of Pakistan has shown a positive attitude last week during the visit of the Sikh pilgrimage last week.

He said that all legislators from Gilgit – Baltistan & POK as well as senior leaders from social & poetical life from that part are being invited.

क्या यह ख़बर/ लेख आपको पसंद आया ? कृपया कमेंट बॉक्स में कमेंट भी करें और शेयर भी करें ताकि ज्यादा लोगों तक बात पहुंचे

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