PM sensitizing world community on Indian atrocities in IOK: Firdous

ISLAMABAD, Sep 23 (APP):Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Monday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan was sensitizing the leadership of international community about the Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir as fascist Indian Prime Minister Modi was threat, not only to regional, but entire world peace.

Addressing a national conference on “Kashmir outcry: Unwrapping humanitarian crisis in the region,” she said that United Nations would have to force India to follow its Charter and resolutions on Kashmir.
She said that hearts of Pakistanis and Kashmiris beat in unison and every Pakistani feels the pain of Kashmiri people, facing worst human rights abuses at the hands of over 900,000 Indian troops in the valley.

She said Pakistan would stand by the besieged Kashmiri people at all cost and would continue its moral, diplomatic and political support for Kashmir cause.
She said that Prime Minister during his meeting, would expose real black face of India in the eyes of the world.

She said that unfortunately in the past Indian narrative of terrorism in Occupied Kashmir could not be countered by previous governments and international community more or less accepted Indian version.
She said that the present government of Prime Minister Imran Khan has successfully portrayed the true narrative to the world community.

She said that there was need of complete unity and harmony among the nation to defeat evil designs of hardline Indian government which has unleashed unprecedented reign of terror in Occupied Kashmir on August 5.

She said it was time to set aside all political and personal interests for the sake of national interest. She said that the government was ready to strengthen opposition voice which should hold march for freedom of Kashmir from Indian yoke.

She said that the world hoped that super powers like United States would stand with the suppressed people of Kashmir whose fundamental rights, religious freedom and right to speech have been usurped by occupation forces.

She said that ongoing United Nations General Assembly session was very important as this would determine if the this august institution supports the oppressed Kashmiris or it becomes a silent spectator.

She appreciated Pakistani media role for highlighting the plight of besieged Kashmiris. She also urged the civil society and the human rights activists to raise their voice for the Kashmiris in a more proactive manner.

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