Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Wednesday said Pakistani nation would give a strong message to the world by expressing solidarity with oppressed people of Indian occupied Kashmir on Friday.
Addressing a ceremony held in connection with the Plant for Pakistan drive at a school she said that on the call of prime minister all Pakistanis would observe solidarity with Kashmirs on Friday to draw the attention of world community towards their plight.
She appealed to every segment of society to come out and demonstrate solidarity with the Kashmiris. The special assistant said people will come out of their houses, work places and educational institutions at 12 noon Friday to express solidarity with the Kashmiris.
Previously, PM Imran Khan over a telephonic conversation, briefed French President and King of Jordan on Kashmir issue.
Prime Minister Imran Khan in telephonic conversations with French President Emmanuel Macron and King Abdullah II of Jordan informed them on the current situation in Indian-occupied Kashmir.
The conversation held with the French President Emmanuel Macron highlighted the curfew imposed on the Kashmiri people by the Indian government after the revocation of the Article 370.
PM Imran had told President Macron that the steps by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stood against the United Nations Security Council resolutions on the Indian-held region and the International Law.
He went on to further shed light on the plight of the Kashmiri people who have been under an absolute communications blackout imposed by the Indian government.
President Macron highlighted the significance of resolution getting sought through a nonviolent ground while also lauding Pakistan’s continuous efforts of bringing about peace in Afghanistan.
Moreover, speaking to King Abdullah II of Jordan, he further highlighted India’s unilateral and fascist steps that come as a breach of UN Security Council resolutions.