Pakistan India Peoples’ Forum for Peace and Democracy: A candle lit vigil

Pakistan India Peoples’ Forum for Peace and Democracy (PIPFPD) & Peace Karachi is holding a candle lit vigil for Peace against Mumbai & Karachi Carnage at Karachi Press Club on December 04, 2008, 5: pm at Karachi Press club. Please join vigil and say no to war and every kind of Hatred.

2 thoughts on “Pakistan India Peoples’ Forum for Peace and Democracy: A candle lit vigil”

  1. I’m the only one in this world. Can please someone join me in this life? Or maybe death…

  2. Peace process should not be held hostage: PIPFPD

    The joint statement was issued by Tapan Kumar Bose, General Secretary, PIPFPD (India chapter) and Anis Haroon, General Secretary, PIPFPD (Pakistan Chapter) on 6-7 December 2008 at Delhi (India)

    “We stand united with the people of Pakistan in condemning terrorism, religious fundamentalism, state terrorism and all other forms of violence against the peoples of South Asia and the world. We unequivocally condemn the terror attacks that have taken place in India and Pakistan, especially in Mumbai, Delhi, Malegaon, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Karachi, Peshawar and Islamabad. We grieve with the families of the bereaved and injured in these attacks. We want that perpetrators of all such crimes against humanity be brought to book and tried through the due process of law, and to ensure that the knee jerk temptation to target particular communities is resisted and there is no miscarriage of justice.”
    The resolution further said:
    “We stand united with the people of Pakistan in urging both the governments of India and Pakistan to desist from surrendering to war hysteria and the politics of hate. At this critical juncture it is all the more necessary to continue with the peace process and defeat the intentions of those who are determined to derail it and thereby undermine not only peace but also democracy.”
    “We reiterate that progress in the implementation of the agreed confidence building measures and the composite peace dialogue are necessary for developing trust between the two countries so as to pave the way for de-militarisation and entrenching democracy and people’s genuine progress,” the resolution further said adding that this alone can save
    South Asia from forces of terrorism and fundamentalism.
    “We appeal to the governments of India and Pakistan to allow the delegation of PIPFPD-India to go to Pakistan for the VIII Joint Convention of PIPFPD to be held in Lahore, from December 27 to December 29.”

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