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PM urges world community to become voice of resilient Kashmiri women

PM urges world community to become voice of resilient Kashmiri women
February 23, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan lamented on Sunday that Indian forces have committed war crimes against women in India Occupied Kashmir (IoK) over the past seven decades. On Kashmir Women Resistance Day, the prime minister took his twitter and said, “Their sufferings have multiplied after 5 Aug siege by Modi government. He urged the world community, especially women, to become a voice of resilient Kashmiri women for peace in the occupied territory. “Today is Kashmir Women Resistance Day. For 7 decades, Indian forces have committed war crimes against women in IOJK. Their sufferings have multiplied after 5 Aug siege by Modi Govt. I urge world community, esp women, to become voice of resilient Kashmiri women for peace in IOJK,” Imran Khan tweeted.
Pakistan will never leave Kashmiris alone
Special Assistant on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan says Pakistan will never leave people of Occupied Kashmir alone in struggle for their basic rights. Talking to newsmen on occasion of PTI convention in Lahore, she said that durable peace is impossible to achieve in region without a just solution of Kashmir issue as per wishes of Kashmiri people. She said that today's the day against the Indian aggression against people of IoK.