Sindh Governor, CM rally leads joint rally to express unwavering support for Kashmir 1

Sindh Governor, CM rally leads joint rally to express unwavering support for Kashmir


Karachi: Sindh governor Imran Ismail and chief minister Murad Ali Shah led a joint meeting on Wednesday to show solidarity with India Kashmir people for six months.

At the meeting, the provincial prime minister reiterated that Kashmir would be part of Pakistan. He said the brutal mistreatment of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on defenseless Muslims in the occupied valley is evidence of the two countries of Quaid-e-Azam. The theory is absolutely correct. He called on the world to pay attention to the atrocities imposed on Indian Muslims and to try Modi in the International Jewish Court (ICJ).

Meanwhile, the governor said that Kashmir has become the world’s largest prison and that India’s controversial citizenship law will further weaken India. He further said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has emphasized the issue of Kashmir worldwide and will continue to do so on every forum. He added: “India must know” Pakistan Kashmir Bagnega. “

A large number of students and teachers attended the meeting and shouted slogans for their Kashmir brothers.

Kashmir Solidarity Day (February 5) is celebrated today to express the full support of the Pakistani people for the just struggle of the Kashmir people for the inalienable right to self-determination provided for in a United Nations resolution.

Today is a public holiday in Pakistan to emphasize the plight of the oppressed Kashmir people and to remind the international community of its obligations to resolve protracted disputes.

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