Pakistan’s President, PM express support for Kashmiris on Solidarity Day

A number of events across Pakistan mark Kashmir Solidarity Day and call for the peaceful resolution of the dispute

President Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan marked the Kashmir Solidarity Day with a renewed commitment to the cause of the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The people of Kashmir have been waiting to get their right to self-determination for seven decades now, a right that India has denied them ever since. A number of events take place across Pakistan to support the rights of Kashmiri people under Indian occupation.

President calls India to honor UN Resolutions

President Arif Alvi called upon India to honor the UN Resolutions giving Kashmiris the right to self-determination. The resolutions are about seventy years old and India to date refuses to accept them. Indian occupation forces have been involved in the systematic torture and killing of the Kashmiri people. Alvi noted that the current Indian government is making it worst for the people with its hate-filled Hindutva agenda. The president also called upon the international community to play its part in bringing India to justice for its misdeeds in the occupied valley.

Prime Minister calls for restoration of the right of the Kashmiri People

Prime Minister Imran Khan called for the restoration of rights taken away by the Indian government as a result of actions taken on Aug. 5, 2019. The people of the occupied valley are literally living under jail-like conditions since then and have suffered emotionally and financially due to the BJP government’s heavy-handedness. Youth are detained under false pretenses and incarcerated at unknown detention centers. With 900,000 soldiers present in a region with a population of eight million people, the locals are being held, hostage.  

It is imperative that the international community steps up and helps the people of the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. It has been long enough that they have lived under the barbaric Indian regimes and they finally need to live life according to their own accord.  

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