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Eradication of imperialistic system is victory of Imran Khan govt: Firdous

Eradication of imperialistic system is victory of Imran Khan govt: Firdous
August 10, 2019
SIALKOT (92 News) – Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said that eradication of  the imperialistic system in Pakistan is victory of Prime Minister Imrna Khan government. Addressing a press conference in Sialkot on Saturday, the special assistant said that the prime minister will make Pakistan the Quaid’s Pakistan, changing the country with his vision and support of people. He termed that the imperialistic system has been eliminated and now the imperialistic statements will also be defeated. Firdous Ashiq Awan hoped that the incumbent government will defeat the existence of the corrupt elements in system. She also assured that Imran Khan will take positive change in the country.
Independence Day as Kashmir Solidarity Day, Aug 15 as Black Day 
Firdous Ashiq Awan announced that the government will observe Independence Day as Kashmir Solidarity Day and 15th of this month as Black Day in a befitting manner. She appealed to the nation to actively participate in the rallies and other programmes on Wednesday and Thursday to demonstrate solidarity with the Kashmiris of Indian occupied Kashmir. The special assistant said the real face of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has tried to change the special status of Occupied Kashmir through a nefarious act, should be exposed to the world.
Pakistan to go UN against Indian aggression in IoK
Firdous Ashiq Awan said Pakistan has decided to go to the UN on the recent move by the Indian government regarding Kashmir. She urged the world nations to come forward and support the oppressed, who have been denied all the rights and are being subjected to the worst human rights violations.
Firdous thanks China for supporting Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir
She thanked China for supporting Pakistan's stance on the issue, opposing unilateral change of the status of Occupied Kashmir by India. She said Occupied Kashmir remains under curfew and people have no internet facility.