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Pakistan to observe Youm e Istehsal today to expose ugly face of India

Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

05th Aug, 2020. 12:24 am
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Human Rights day

Preparations have been completed to show the ugly face of India to the world and to celebrate the Youm e Istehsal against India in Pakistan.

According to details, Youm e Istehsal will be observed across the country today while a meeting of the Senate has also been convened today to express solidarity with the Muslims of occupied Kashmir.

Besides, sirens will be sounded at 10 am today and a minute’s silence will be observed to show solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris.

A special session of the Senate on Kashmir issue will also be held today in which President Dr. Arif Alvi will address the Upper House. In his address, the President will draw the attention of the United Nations to the atrocities in Occupied Kashmir. He will also lead the march.

On the other hand, the President and Prime Minister of Azad Kashmir will lead the march in Muzaffarabad in which Prime Minister Imran Khan will also participate.

Full solidarity with Kashmiris will also be shown in the provincial capitals and Gilgit-Baltistan, while the Kashmir Highway in Islamabad has been renamed as the Srinagar Highway.

It may be recalled that Kashmir Highway has been renamed as Srinagar Highway. In this regard, Communications Minister Murad Saeed has unveiled the plaque of Srinagar Highway.

Earlier, Pakistan had issued a commemorative ticket a year after the unilateral annexation of occupied Kashmir and the completion of the Indian siege.

Shibli Faraz said the commemorative stamp would travel around the world to key offices, embassies and reflect the atrocities in Kashmir.

On this occasion, Murad Saeed said that the chain in the postage stamp means to cut off the whole of Kashmir from the world by siege. Kashmir is our lifeblood. This ticket will expose the Indian atrocities wherever it reaches.

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