On appeal of the Central Ulema Council against changing the special status of Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK) and the genocide in Kashmir, “Kashmir Solidarity Day ” was observed today in most of the cities of the country.
Protests and rallies were held in Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Azad Kashmir, Faisalabad, Muzaffarabad, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta, Jhelum, Gujarat, Rawalpindi and other cities all over the country.
Addressing the Friday gatherings, ulemas, affiliated to the Central Ulema Council, strongly condemned the abolition of the status of IoK.
They said that diplomatic trade relations with India should be abolished altogether and the Government of Pakistan should play a comprehensive role in highlighting and resolving the Kashmir issue globally.
Moreover, the said that changing the special status of occupied Kashmir and the continued violation of human rights by the Indian Army is a violation of international law.
While addressing in most parts of the country, they strongly condemned the additional deployment of Indian Army in Kashmir and the use of weapons on the Kashmiri Muslims.
Furthermore, they said that the international community and United Nations (UN) should take notice of the Indian aggression in the region.
The Secretary Generals of most of the cities while addressing the Friday gathering rejected the autonomous decision to change the special status of Jammu and Kashmir by the Indian government.
The Pakistani nation will never back down with the support of Kashmiris and the only way to maintain peace in South Asia is to solve the Kashmir issue.