DFP thanks Pakistan for observing 'Kashmir Solidarity Day'

All set to observe Kashmir Solidarity Day on Feb 5
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06 February, 2018

The JKDFP thanked the Government of Pakistan and people who have always extended all possible support to the political movement of Jammu Kashmir and for the resolution of Kashmir dispute.

Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has said that Kashmir issue was not just a territorial dispute but a question of people's inherent right to self-determination.

Pashtun tribes, various political parties and organizations gathered on the Mall Road and Afghan highway in Chaman and arranged rallies to express solidarity with Kashmir brothers, sisters and children who have sacrificed their lives for cause of freedom.

People of Kashmir are struggling peacefully for the right to self-determination which was promised by the worldwide community.

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"Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi should stage a sit-in along with at least five members of his Cabinet outside the office of the United Nations on February 5 to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people", he said. "You can close your eyes, pretend nothing happened but they (Pakistan) have to realise what's in front of them and take action against such people", said Raveesh Kumar, the ministry's spokesman.

Pakistan's prime minister has pledged his government's continued support for the struggle of the people of Kashmir, saying the residents of the divided Himalayan region have rendered great sacrifices in their fight for freedom, which can not be suppressed.

Mr Abbasi underscored the need to involve the Pakistani and Kashmir diaspora to further highlight the Kashmir issue and the "gross human rights violations" allegedly committed by the Indian forces. He added that Pakistan is a voice of the oppressed Kashmiris and will continue to stand with the Kashmiri brethren through every thick and thin.

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