Pakistan observes ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ today
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According to media reports, Pakistan is observing the Kashmir Solidarity Day on Tuesday (today) to pledge to continue extending all possible support to the people of Kashmir, who are “struggling for more than seven decades to get their legitimate right to self-determination”.
Furthermore as per reports, the day is being observed in Pakistan and other parts of the world at a time when “Indian atrocities in Kashmir” have reached a new level of “oppression and human rights denial” to crush the indigenous freedom movement against the subjugating forces.
However, Pakistan government has planned a number of activities to mark the day and “expose massive human rights violations” and “brutality” being committed by the Indian forces to “suppress the indigenous freedom movement”, reports said.
Meanwhile, “the nation will observe a minute’s silence at 10am to pay tributes to Shuhada of Kashmir for sacrificing their lives for the right to self-determination in line with resolutions of the United Nations Security Council,” the report added.