‘Pakistan will continue to support the struggle till IOK is liberated’

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

13th Jul, 2020. 09:46 am
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Prime Minister Imran Khan, has recalled the commitment to stand with Kashmiris to protect their right of self-determination.

In his message on the account of Kashmir Martyrs Day, Prime Minister said:

Pakistan has always stood steadfast for the Kashmiri right to self-determination and will continue to support this just struggle till IOJK is liberated from the clutches of Indian illegal occupation. That day is not far.

Their descendants have, generation after generation, laid down their lives for freedom and today they continue to valiantly fight & defy a Hindutva Supremacist regime bent on demographic engineering to wipe out the Kashmiri people & their identity.

Today, on Yaum-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir, we salute Kashmiris for their continued struggle against the illegal & barbaric Indian occupation of Jammu & Kashmir. The Shuhada of 13 July 1931 were the forefathers of today’s Kashmiri resistance.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has always raised his voice against the Indian atrocities in the occupied valley on every forum.

Earlier, Imran Khan called Kashmir Pakistan’s “jugular vein” and said that altering its special status poses challenges to the country’s security and integrity.

Earlier today,  DG ISPR said that Kashmir Martyrs Day is reminiscent of the utmost price paid 4 freedom by brave Kashmiris.

DG ISPR added that every single drop of bloodshed, shall not be forgotten nor forgiven. Decades of Indian atrocities failed 2 suppress insurmountable spirit & legitimate freedom struggle, destined to succeed.

 

Strike in Kashmir

In occupied Kashmir, complete shutdown is being observed today, to mark the Kashmir Martyrs’ Day, the 13th July.

Call for the strike has been given by the veteran Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Gilani, the All Parties Hurriyat Conference and Mirwaiz-led Hurriyat forum to reiterate the urgent need for a peaceful and just resolution of the Kashmir dispute and to put an end to repression against the Kashmiri people and Hurriyat leaders.

July 13 is observed to remember 22 Kashmiri martyrs who were brutally shot dead on 13 July 1931 in their attempts to complete the call for prayer outside the Srinagar jail.

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