ISLAMABAD (92 News) – President Dr Arif Alvi reiterated that Pakistan will continue its fight for the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir at international level.
In their messages, on the eve of Black Day, President Dr Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan have reaffirmed Pakistan’s unflinching moral, political and diplomatic support to the people of IoK till realization of their legitimate right to self-determination.
In his message, the president said the UN Security Council (UNSC) through several of its resolutions has upheld the fundamental right of Kashmiri people to decide their own future through a fair and impartial plebiscite held under the UN auspices.
President Alvi said since August 5th this year, India has imposed an inhuman lockdown over 8 million people in the occupied Kashmir. He said Indian occupying forces are perpetrating unspeakable crimes against Kashmiri people, including women and children, with complete impunity.
PM demands immediate lifting of curfew in IoK
In his message, Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan said the Kashmir Black Day being observed in Pakistan and across the world today is distinct from the past. He also demanded to lift curfew and communication blackout immediately.
He said on 27 October 1947, India had illegally IoK
and, on 5 August this year, it took further steps to unilaterally alter the disputed status of the territory and change its demographic structure and identity.
The prime minister said through deployment of additional troops and an unprecedented media and communications blackout, Indian occupied Kashmir has been turned into the largest prison on the planet.
Imran Khan said Pakistan, the Kashmiris and Muslim Ummah, have categorically rejected this travesty of law and justice. He said Pakistan demands immediate lifting of the curfew and communications blackout as well as rescinding of India’s illegal and unilateral actions in the occupied territory.
Minister asks int’l community to take action against Indian illegal
On the eve of Black Day – in his message – Minister for Kashmir Affairs Ali Amin Gandapur
has asked international community to take early action against Indian unilateral and illegal step of August 5, as Kashmiris are facing curfew for the last 84 days.