Kashmir Solidarity Day

News Desk2 months ago

Pakistanis, Azad Jammu and Kashmiris, and their brothers and sisters in India-held Jammu and Kashmir all have a particular place in their hearts for Solidarity Day. This day is symbolic of our common resolve to see Kashmir break free from Indian oppression.

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People from all walks of life, including labourers, physicians, and teachers, will unite in human chains and demonstrations across the country. Their aim is uncomplicated: to revitalise the souls of Kashmiris who have valiantly battled for their liberation throughout the years.

President Dr. Arif Alvi and caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar, in heartfelt messages on the eve of Kashmir Solidarity Day, voiced the nation’s unyielding support for the Kashmiri cause and the people enduring hardships in India-held Jammu and Kashmir.

Dr. Alvi expressed concern for the denial of the Kashmiri people’s inherent right to self-determination under international law, echoing the feelings of many others. He illuminated Kashmiris’ ongoing state of fear and intimidation as well as the disturbing militarization of the Indian Ocean Jammu and Kashmir.

The president angrily denounced the unrelenting use of force by Indian occupying forces, as well as the arbitrary arrest and property confiscation that human rights activists and advocates had to deal with.

As required by pertinent UN Security Council resolutions, Dr. Alvi reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment and pledged to continue providing moral, diplomatic, and political support to the Kashmiri people until they are able to exercise their right to self-determination.

PM Kakar denounced August 5, 2019, illegal activities by India, calling them flagrant breaches of international law and multiple UN resolutions. He criticised efforts by India to legitimise these policies, particularly those that sought to alter the political and demographic makeup of IIOJK.

In addition to highlighting Pakistan’s position in favour of a resolution in accordance with UN Security Council resolutions and the sincere aspirations of the Kashmiri people, Kakar paid tribute to the sacrifices made by his brothers and sisters in Kashmir over the previous 76 years.

Prime Minister Kakar reaffirmed Pakistan’s steadfast commitment, promising to provide moral, diplomatic, and political support in the endeavour to find a fair and long-lasting solution to the Kashmir problem.

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