It began raining about an hour ago....a cool climax to a month of 16 hour daily fasts at the peak of the summer.
How and where to spend Eid:
We are on our way to the LOC and particularly those areas which have witnessed the brunt of Indo-Pak cross-fire. Various villages had been evacuated over the past year and their inhabitants are still reluctant to return for fear of losing what remains of their lives.
As it is unlikely that we'll be able to post anything while on the LOC, we would like to invite our co-citizens to spend or share some of their time in solidarity with these villages....From Dharamsaal in tehsil Hajeera to Polas in tehsil Abbaspur.
White Flags and asserting peace amidst two aggresive neighbours - who have little toleration for anything or anyone that doesn't agree with their particular sense of nationalism - no matter how un-natural or destructive for humanity their stance may prove to be - for a hard core activist in AJK is the most productive activity that one can imagine doing, at this specific point in time.
So, the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (UN - OHCHR) in Geneva has finally published its first ever report on Human Rights on both sides of the divide in J & K:
APDP & JKCCS WELCOMES THE UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS REPORT— Khurram Parvez (@KhurramParvez) June 14, 2018
OHCHR remote monitoring report released
14 June 2018
JKCCS and APDP welcome today’s important report by the Office of... https://t.co/ANwq7kgczS