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Pakistani celebs call for followers to show solidarity with Kashmiris

Pakistani celebs call for followers to show solidarity with Kashmiris
August 30, 2019
LAHORE (92 News) – Pakistani celebrities called for followers to show solidarity with Kashmiri people on Friday in support of Prime Minister Imran Khan. Shahid Afridi, Shehzad Roy and Humayun Saeed urged their fans to show up and show solidarity with Kashmiri people in Kashmir Hour today with rallies. It is pertinent to mention here that PM Khan called on all Pakistanis to take part in 'Kashmir Hour', being observed tomorrow at 12pm, to send a strong message of solidarity to Kashmiris. Pakistani celebs have come out on social media to show support for the PM’s initiative and cricketers, Shahid Afridi and Ahmed Shahzad are right behind Imran Khan.   Even though Humayun Saeed won't be in the country tomorrow, the actor encouraged fans and followers to raise their voice against injustice. Pakistani Singer Shehzad Roy also stood by the PM's call for action. Shaan Shahid wants you all to join in too. Singer Rabi Pirzada will be at Liberty Chowk tomorrow observing Kashmir Hour. “We must not remain silent during human sufferings,” tweeted Fakhr-e-Alam In a series of tweet on Thursday, the prime minister said that the daily injuring and killing of Kashmiri civilians, including women and children, is all part of the ethnic cleansing agenda of the Modi government and it is illegal annexation of IOK. “The plan to change demography of IOK is a war crime under 4th Geneva Convention,” he said. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistani must send a strong message to Kashmiris that the nation stands resolutely behind them. “So I am asking all Pakistanis for half an hour tomorrow stop whatever you are doing and come out on the road to show solidarity with the Kashmiri people,” he urged. On August 5, India’s Modi-led government abrogated Article 370 of the Indian constitution that granted occupied Kashmir special status. The government instituted a security lockdown and communications blackout to avoid violence. The clampdown is now on its 25th day.