Kashmir Solidarity Day observed in Pakistan.

President, Chairman Senate. Speaker National Assembly and the elected representatives participated in the Federal capital Rally.


Pakistan observed Kashmir Solidarity Day today. Rallies, meetings and processions are being held in which India’s oppression in IIOJK is being highlighted.

On the occasion a rally led by the President in the federal capital. Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani, Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser and the elected representatives participated.

While addressing the rally, the president reiterated that the international media and observers should be allowed to visit the occupied territory to document Indian atrocities.

“Pakistan wants a resolution of the Kashmir dispute as per the UN resolutions which accept the right of self-determination of Kashmiri people,” the president said. “Pakistan has not rollback on its principled position on IIOJK.”

He added that the country “stands firm with Kashmir. Kashmir is the part of our body and our hearts beat together”.

President Arif Alvi addressing on Kashmir Day Rally in Islamabad, photo courtesy express

President Alvi also added that IIOJK was never and would never be part of India. He further strongly condemned Modi-led India’s atrocities in the besieged valley including its efforts to change the demography of the occupied valley.

Earlier today, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the fascist policies of Narendra Modi-led government had failed to “crush the spirit of Kashmiri resistance” in IIOJK.

The prime minister tweet, on the occasion of Kashmir Day and emphasized that Pakistan stood united with its “Kashmiri brothers and sisters” and was committed to the “legitimate” Kashmiri struggle for self-determination.


“Kashmiris have stood their ground with courage, perseverance and courage and will continue to do so. Inshallah victory will be the destiny of Kashmiris,” PM added.

The whole Kashmiri nation warmly welcomed the expression of solidarity with Kashmiris by Pakistan and the Pakistani people according to P.M.

“Undoubtedly, Pakistan has been an advocate of Kashmiris in their struggle for independence at every forum. In IIOJK, Indian forces have not resorted to any tactic of oppression which has not been tried on the unarmed, innocent and helpless Kashmiris,” he added.

On the occasion, Azad Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi said despite all the atrocities, India’s oppressive army could not tremor in the foundations of Kashmiri resistance.

Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa paid tribute to the sacrifice.

“Time to end this human tragedy and resolve the Kashmir issue as per the aspirations of its people Jammu and Kashmir and UN resolutions,” the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said quoting the COAS.

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