Kashmiris now gravitating towards Pakistan’s leader Imran Khan: Iltija Mufti

Anum RizwanWeb Editor

03rd Oct, 2019. 12:56 pm

Daughter of the former Chief Minister of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, Mehbooba Mufti said that the Prime Minister of Pakistan’s UNGA speech has made a positive impact on the besieged Kashmiris of India.

According to details, Iltijia Mufti, in her interview, said that the Pakistani Prime Minister’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly made the Kashmiris come out on the streets and the impact left Kashmiris wondering whether the decision of staying with India after independence was right.

She stated that Kashmiris felt moved and found the speech very positive, the youth in Kashmir harbors negative emotions against the state of India due to the decades of subjugation that they had been enforced to live under.

India has turned into Lynch-istan, those that inflict atrocities on the Muslims of Kashmir are praised as heroes in India, she added.

Mehbooba Mufti further went on to say that the world will know India’s reality if the communications are restored, the world will see how children were brutally tortured.

Her statement came out after Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at  the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York last week. 

The core issue which the Premier talked in most detail about was the persecution which the people of occupied Kashmir are facing.

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