05 February 2021
Pakistanis around the world observed today Kashmir Solidarity Day with Kashmiri brethren under military siege in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The brutal occupant Indian Forces ha unleashed the worst human rights abuses and violence on the innocent Kasmiri people in it’s aftermath making 8 million people hostage under military siege.
Pakistan government has announced public holiday in connection with Kashmir Solidarity Day today.
Kashmir Media Service reported in Indian Occupied Kashmir, Pakistani flags and posters of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan were surfaced by the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Alliance. The posters reaffirmed continued of freedom struggle till it’s achievement.
In Islamabad, Capital of Pakistan, All Parties Hurryat Conference (APHC) members took out procession against Indian illegal occupation and brutalities on Kashmiris since over seven decades. APHC leadership handed over a memorandum to the UN Peace Keeping Forces Officials addressing to UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres bringing his attention on continued severe massive human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Pakistan also observed at 1000 AM one minute of silence throughout the country paying respect to all those sacrificed their lives and facing tortures and attrocities in ftheir reedom struggle in the hands of occupied Indian military forces.
In his tweet message, Imran Khan, Pakistani Prime Minister reaffirmed that ‘Pakistan stands united and resolute with the Kashmiris in their legitimate struggle for self-determination, which has been reaffirmed by the international community in numerous UN Security Council resolutions. He said over seven decades if Indian occupation and oppression have failed to weaken the Kashmiri people’s resolve to struggle for their right to self-determination. Now, a younger generation of Kashmiris is taking the struggle forward with even greater resolve’.