JuD Rally on Kashmir solidarity Day

QUETTA: Pakistani nation never forgot Kashmiris and they stand with them in the freedom movement. India cannot suppress freedom movement by torturing them. India has committed international terrorism by ignoring UN resolutions.

These views were expressed by Amir Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) Balochistan Mufti hafiz Mohammad Qasim while addressing participants of a rally in front of Quetta Press Club.

Earlier rally originated from Markaz Taqwa Double (Zarghoon) Road and came to Press Club. It was led by Mufti Hafiz Mohammad Qasim Amir JuD Balochistan. People from different walks of life attended the rally in large number. They chanted slogans against Indian atrocities and expressed solidarity with suppressed Kashmiri people. They carried banners and placards inscribed with different slogans. Participants also burnt Indian flag in front of Press Club.

Mufti Qasim said Kashmiris have rendered sacrifices to secure complete freedom. He said Narrinder Modi must not forget every Pakistani stands shoulder to shoulder with Kashmiri brethren. Despite its immense brutalities India could not distance Kashmiris from their destination. Kashmiris demand is the same which was 68 years ago.

We would not allow Indian efforts to affect Kashmiris desire. He asked international community not to show silence over excesses against Kashmiris.

JuD Balochistan leader Dr Abdu Khalid, Mohammad Noman, Mohammad Salahuddin , other political and religious parties leaders as well as Hurriet leader also addressed the rally from Indian occupied Kashmir by telephone. They said India does not recognise Pakistan yet. Indian army man is seen standing with rifle on every Kashmir in occupied Valley. It is desire of Kashmiris Kashmir is accessed to Paksitan. If India wants peace in the region it should allow Kahsmiris freedom according totheir aspiration.

United Naiton should play its role for freedom fo Kahsmiris instead of its silence agisnt Indian barbarism on Kahsmiris.

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