Gilani thanks Pakistan for extending support to Kashmiris


Gilani Pakistan Kashmiris support extending support Syed Ali Gilani
17 Oct, 2019 10:23 am

SRINAGAR (92 News) – All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) Chairman Syed Ali Gilani has thanked the people of Pakistan as well as its political and military leadership for extending their support to the suffering Kashmiri people in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK).

In a statement issued in Srinagar, Syed Ali Gilani while lauding Prime Minister Imran Khan’s role for effectively championing the Kashmir cause at the global level urged him to not only maintain this momentum but further enhance it to make world realize the gravity of the situation in the territory.

Gilani stressed that the Kashmiri people will not succumb to the evil machinations of BJP-led Indian govt and would continue resisting New Delhi’s brutal military occupation with exemplary courage and sacrifices till securing their inalienable right to self-determination.

The APHC chairman said fascist Hindutva brigade is trying to divide Kashmiris on ethnic and religious lines to weaken the struggle, but expressed the hope that all these Indian nefarious designs will be defeated by people while acting in a collective manner.

On the other hand, Indian troops in their fresh acts of state terrorism martyred three Kashmiri youth as military siege, worst curfew and communications lockdown in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) has been entered 74th successive day, today.

According to the KMS, Although the voice call service on post-paid mobile phones has partially been restored, yet the situation is far from normal. Mobile internet and broadband as well as about two million phones using prepaid SIM cards continue to remain suspended due to curfew.

Shops in Srinagar and other parts of the Valley usually open only for a couple of hours in the morning and evening to restock supplies, keeping shutters down during the day.

Public transport continues to remain mostly absent and only private vehicles and those with special permits can be seen on the roads. Offices remain almost empty and there are virtually no students in schools and colleges which reopened recently.


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