Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi in their separate messages on the occasion of Kashmir Day have reaffirmed Pakistan’s unflinching support for Kashmiri brothers and sisters.
PM Imran Khan on Kashmir Day said India has turned 8 million Kashmiris into prisoners in their own land through the deployment of over 900,000 occupation troops.
He said Pakistan demands immediate lifting of the military siege and communications blackout as well as rescinding of India’s illegal and unilateral actions.
The premiere said all those illegally arrested and incarcerated should be released and the draconian laws enabling impunity to Indian occupation forces be immediately repealed.
“Pakistan will continue its full moral, political and diplomatic support until the Kashmiri people have realized their legitimate right of self-determination in accordance with the United Nations Charter and the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions,” he said in a message.
President Dr. Arif Alvi said through its illegal and unilateral actions of August 5 last year, India directly contravened the relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions.
International human rights and humanitarian organizations, as well as international media, should be allowed access to evaluate the human rights situation in the occupied territory, said President Alvi.
He urged the international community to play its role in ensuring respect for the fundamental human rights and freedoms of the Kashmiri people.
Kashmiris have been subjected to an inhuman lockdown and communications blockade for six months.
Moreover, Pak Army released new song to express solidarity with the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir on Kashmir solidarity day.
Kashmir Hun Mein – an official song of Pakistan army for Kashmir solidarity day penned by Imran Raza and vocals by eminent Singer Sahir Ali Bhagga.
Announcement for the release of new video song made from the official Twitter account of Director General of ISPR.
As a Pakistani, it should make us proud and commemorate our great Father of the Nation, whose vision and determination saved us and our generations from violence of extremist Hindu ideology.
And we as a nation, on this Kashmir Day, must vow to stand by the ideals of Quaid as he stood his ground against the propaganda and cunning tricks of the extremist Hindu mindset 70 years ago.