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Pakistan Extends Support to Kashmiri People on ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’

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Nizamuddin Rezahi
Nizamuddin Rezahi
Nizamuddin Rezahi is a journalist and editor for Khaama Press. You may follow him @nizamrezahi on Twitter.

The people and Government of Pakistan extended their unwavering support to the people of Kashmir on ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ in their just and legitimate struggle for the realization of their right to self-determination.

In this context, the Embassy of Pakistan in Kabul organized an event to mark “Kashmir Solidarity Day” today to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people and to pay tribute to the many sacrifices they made for their right to self-determination against Indian brutal forces.

In his remarks, Charge d’Affairs, Muhammad Junaid Wazir stated that the Indian forces illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir on 27th October 1947 in involvement with Dogra Raj against the will of the Kashmiris 75 years ago. They, however, failed badly to suppress the freedom movement despite employing every inhuman tactic including extrajudicial killings, torture, forced disappearances, and the use of pallet guns.

Earlier today, the Office of the Spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan in a ‘Press Release’ expressed the country’s deep solidarity and firm stance with the oppressed people of Kashmir under Indian occupation.

The press release read, “the day is being observed with traditional zeal and fervor by Pakistanis and Kashmiris around the world”. In this context, a special ‘Solidarity Day Walk’ was held in Islamabad this morning along Constitution Avenue starting from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs up to the Parliament Building in Islamabad.

The President, Prime Minister and Foreign Minister, in their special messages on the occasion, have renewed Pakistan’s unwavering moral, diplomatic, and political support to the Kashmir Cause and called for the resolution of the Kashmir Dispute according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people in a UN-supervised referendum according to the UNSC Resolutions.

The Foreign Minister has addressed letters to President UN General Assembly, and other UN agencies to apprise them of the latest developments in the Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK). He has also demanded a UN-supervised investigation into the human rights situation in IIOJK.

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