Zartaj Urges World To Stop Modi To Become Hitler

ISLAMABAD (APP): Minister of State for Climate Change Zartaj Gul Thursday urged the world to raise voice for the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K) and stop Modi to become Hitler.

If Indian state did not stop terrorism in the IOJ&K the things would get worse between the two nuclear states and the whole world would be responsible, she said while addressing the participants at a camp organized by children of Pakistan Sweet Home, here, to express solidarity with besieged Kashmiri children. Today is 52nd day into the lockdown in IOJ&K and the children of the occupied valley were being deprived from the right of education and had kept under worst siege of the era, she said. The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) must take notice over the situation as the future of children in occupied valley was at stake.

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She hailed the Prime Minister Imran Khan’s courageous steps to resolve the long-standing dispute of Kashmir and said the visit of the prime minister would augment the efforts made for solution of Kashmir dispute. The way Pakistani nation was standing with Kashmiris in crucial time and expressing solidarity with them was highly commendable, she added.

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Zartaj Gul said the notorious RSS extremists deputed in the IOJ&K could not stop14 million Kashmiris for their right to self determination. Pakistani people beat with those of their Kashmiri brethren, who were braving the worst oppression at the hands of Indian occupation forces, she maintained.
The Pakistanis would not leave them alone in testing time, and would go beyond any limit to stop this fascist repression of Kashmiris by the Modi government, Zartaj said.

She urged the print and electronic media to play its role in promoting the soft image of Pakistan and to effectively highlight the Kashmir cause.

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Patron-in-Chief Pakistan Sweet Homes Zamurd Khan, civil society members were also present on the occasion.

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