KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh Governor Imran Ismail and Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday led a joint rally to express solidarity with Indian Occupied Kashmiri people on Wednesday.
The top political leadership of the Sindh province led a joint rally in Karachi to observe Kashmir Day and condemn Indian atrocities against Kashmiris. The leaders of different political parties, Hurriyet leaders and a large number of people participated in the rally.
The rally was taken out from Kashmir Road to the mausoleum of the Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and was attended by people from all walks of life.
Addressing a rally in Karachi, Murad Ali Shah condemned in strongest words the Indian brutalities against innocent Kashmiri people. He demanded to lodge a case in the International Court of Justice against Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir.
“Every segment of the society participated in the march and vowed to continue their efforts until Kashmir becomes part of Pakistan. We will continue to reiterate the demand of Kashmiri people for a plebiscite in the valley,” he said. He urged that the United Nations (UN) should take notice of Indian atrocities in the held territory.
He further called for holding a trial against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in International Court of Justice over the atrocities.
On the occasion, Imran Ismail
said that February 5 is an important day to remembered the sacrifices rendered by the people of Kashmir, which has been turned into one of the biggest jails across the globe.
Applauding the Prime Minister Imran Khan’s efforts in raising Kashmir issue at international forums, he said the premier declared himself as the ambassador of the people of Kashmir and raised the issue at international platform effectively.
The nation is observing Kashmir Solidarity Day
to express wholehearted support of Pakistani nation to the just struggle of Kashmiri people for their inalienable right to self-determination under United Nations resolutions on Wednesday.
The day will highlight the plight of oppressed Kashmiri people and remind the world community of its obligations towards the resolution of the outstanding dispute.
This time the day is being observed after India revoked the special status of Indian Occupied Kashmir in August last year in breach of all international laws, and since then the entire population of the held territory has been under lockdown.
One minute silence
was observed at 10.00am to pay homage to the martyrs of the liberation struggle of occupied Kashmir. Human chains were formed at Kohala, Mangla, Barar Kot, Holar
and Azad Pattan
points linking Pakistan and Azad Kashmir.