Pakistani stars tweet against Indian aggression

While abolishment of articles 370 and 35-A of the Indian Constitution, thus revoking the special status granted to Indian-held Kashmir, by Modi’s government is being hailed as a massive success by BJP supporters and conservatives, including Indian celebrities, Pakistani stars took to their social networking sites to speak out in favour of Kashmiri people.

The move to revoke Kashmir’s special status as an autonomous state followed a massive troop buildup, cluster bomb attacks on Muslim residential areas, cutting off communication services, banning public movement and shutting down educational institutes in a curfew that has been imposed for an indefinite period. Most of the prominent leaders of the Kashmir freedom movement are already under detention for months now, remaining pro-Pakistan figures were also put under house arrest.

Pakistani cyberspace flooded with messages of solidarity with the Kashmiri people and voices of protest against Indian aggression and blatant violation of human rights. Celebrities including Hamza Ali Abbasi, Mawra Hocane, Mahira Khan, Feroze Khan, Osman Khalid Butt and many others joined in to speak up against injustice.

Hamza Abbasi urged the showbiz fraternity to step forward and raise voice against India’s aggression.

Filmstar Shaan Shahid criticized Indian PM Modi saying that bathing in Ganges won’t wash away his crimes against humanity in Kashmir.

Superstar Mahira Khan lamented on the situation in Kashmir,

Mawra Hocane called out international organizations for their criminal silence over the issue;

Lollywood’s Billi, Mehwish Hayat, showed her anger towards India’s violations of the Geneva convention;

Famous Pakistani singer Qurat ul Ain Baloch aka QB mentioned the suspension of Syed Ali Gillani’s Twitter account after an SOS tweet and regarded it as a major red flag. She retweeted her tweet later with a hashtag #FreeKashmir.

Mansha Pasha posted a screenshot of trending hashtags in India and lashed out on the use of word “integrated”, saying that depriving someone of their basic rights counts as colonization.

Armeena Khan sarcastically responded to an Indian’s tweet boasting about BJP hoisting Tricolour across Jammu & Kashmir on Aug 15.

Ali Rehman Khan considered India’s decision as a move to make a bad situation even worse;

Participating in the campaign #RedForKashmir, actor Osman Khalid Butt changed his Twitter display and posted several tweets to speak up against Indian oppression on Kashmiri people.

Many others participated in the Twitter protest calling out India over injustice.

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