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Army chief and PM express solidarity with Kashmir

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Showing complete solidarity with the Kashmir, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Monday that the struggle of Kashmiris is destined to succeed.

According to the statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), army chief expressed unconditional solidarity with the people of Kashmir.

ISPR posted a message on Twitter where Major General Asif Ghafoor said, “Repression of Indian occupying forces can never suppress the valiant spirit of Kashmiris who rightfully await awakening of the international community for a plebiscite under UN resolution. Regardless of the ordeal, their struggle is destined to succeed In Shaa Allah”.

Pakistan summoned the Indian deputy high commissioner to record a protest over yesterday’s ceasefire violation across the LOC.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister (PM) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressed the AJK Legislative Assembly and stated that Kashmiris are not alone, 20 crore Pakistanis stand by them.  

Speaking of the callous attitude of the Indian army, the PM said, people of the valley have been deprived of freedom since decades, and Indian forces have harassed the Kashmir leaders continuously for years.

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He expressed his continued and unwavering moral, diplomatic and political support for the Kashmiri people and gave a clear message to Indian forces to stop its ferociousness and atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

Kashmir day is being observed in Pakistan and across the world to show complete solidarity with Kashmiris in their struggle for freedom under the United Nations (UN) resolution.

Indian media accused Pakistan and blamed Pakistan for firing artillery at the Indian positions, which killed four Indian soldiers.

A one-minute silence was observed across the country at 10 am to pay tribute and acknowledge the sacrifices of the Kashmiri people.

Pakistan’s representative to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi speaking with Geo news said, “Today is the day for solidarity with Kashmir, but for Pakistan and Pakistanis every day is the day for Kashmir solidarity”.

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In Indian Occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of Hurriyat forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq also expressed his gratitude to the government, people and leadership of Pakistan for lending their unconditional support to the Kashmiri cause.

Meanwhile, India has continued its aggressive behavior at the Line of Control (LOC). In the latest incident, two civilians were martyred including a teenage boy and seven were wounded after Indian troops started unprovoked shelling across the Line of Control.

“Repression of Indian occupying forces can never suppress the valiant spirit of Kashmiris who rightfully await awakening of the international community for a plebiscite under UN resolution. Regardless of the ordeal, their struggle is destined to succeed In Shaa Allah”.  

Pakistani Army also retaliated and gave the aggressors a befitting reply. Indian media accused Pakistan and blamed Pakistan for firing artillery at the Indian positions, which killed four Indian soldiers. Pakistan summoned the Indian deputy high commissioner to record a protest over yesterday’s ceasefire violation across the LOC.

In this year alone along the Line of Control, India has violated the ceasefire 150 times which has resulted in the martyrdom of 9 civilians, injuring another 40.

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