Published On: Thu, May 8th, 2014

Dr Nazir Gilani’s name proposed for Plebiscite Advisor

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Islamabad May 08: Ex-President of AJK General Sardar Mohammad Anwar Khan has proposed the name of Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani Secretary General JKCHR for the constitutional position of Plebiscite Advisor to the Government of AJK to carry forward the constitutional duty of the Government of AJK and Government of Pakistan under UNCIP Resolutions in respect of promoting a conducive atmosphere for holding a plebiscite etc.

Ex-President of AJK made this proposal during an International Conference on Kashmir organised by Kashmir American Council at a local hotel in Islamabad on 5 May 2014. Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani has a Ph.D. in the “Jurisprudence of UN Resolutions on Kashmir” and has continued to agitate the jurisprudence of Kashmir Case. He stands as an authority on the jurisprudence of Kashmir case.

Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani has remained on the panel of IPJET – International Platform of Jurists for East Timor since 1984 and has made a valuable contribution in the independence movement of East Timor. He was elected at the UN World Conference on Human Rights in Vienna in June 1993 to represent the Unrepresented Peoples and Nations of the World and has been representing Kashmir at various international forums from 1984.

JKCHR Secretary General remains one of the 40 people in the world selected by the UN and European Commission on 1996 training programme in Peace Keeping/Humanitarian Operations and Election Monitoring. He is on UN Register as an Expert in Peace Keeping/Humanitarian Operations and Election Monitoring.

Dr. Nazir Gilani has acted as an Advisor to the Government of Pakistan Delegation at the UN General Assembly on the 50th Anniversary of UN GA in September 1995 and at the Islamic Summit in Casablanca, Morocco in December 1994. He has held senior positions in the Ministry of Information Government of AJK, Pakistan Red Cross, Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation and has been the first Muslim Director of Millan Asian Centre in London.


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