PM Imran lauds nation for coming out against ‘fascist Modi govt’s annexation’ of occupied Kashmir – World

The Pakistanis, by appeal of Prime Minister Imran Khan, left mass on Friday to observe the "Kashmir Time" of 12 p.m. at 12:30 p.m. to express solidarity with cashmere in occupied Kashmir.

Educational institutions, government and private offices, banks, merchants, lawyers and military authorities participated in the events. All traffic signs turned red at noon.

Small and large demonstrations were also carried out throughout the country by citizens, lawyers and people from other areas of life. Several leaders participated in Kashmir Time events, including Sindh Governor Imran Ismail, Balochistan's chief minister, Jam Kamal Khan Alyani, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's chief minister, Mahmood Khan, and the chief minister of Punjab, Usman Buzdar.

The governor of Sindh, Imran Ismail, the Federal Minister of Water Resources, Faisal Vawda, Dr. Seema Zia of PTI and the cricket player Shahid Afridi at a Kashmir Hour event in Karachi. – Photo courtesy of PTI Sindh's official Twitter

In the federal capital, the main event was held outside the Office of the Prime Minister (PMO), where the prime minister addressed a large meeting. Together with the Prime Minister, the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Information, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, and the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister, Naeemul Haque, were also present.

The national anthems of Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir were played at the beginning of the event.

Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed a Kashmir Hour event outside the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) on Friday. – DawnNewsTV

"Today, throughout Pakistan, wherever there are Pakistanis, whether they are our students, merchants or workers, today we are all with our cashmere," said the prime minister.

"Our cashmere are going through a very difficult time."

The prime minister said that the ideology of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) had taken over India, "the way the Nazi party had taken over Germany."

"They believe that Muslims should be taught a lesson, that they are not equal citizens. Today, everyone is seeing what is happening in Kashmir."

Shahrae Faisal in Karachi during Kashmir time. ─ Photo courtesy of Rabya Hasan

Prime Minister Imran said he has transmitted to all foreign leaders that if the international community does not face the "fascist government" of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the effect would be felt throughout the world.

The prime minister reiterated that if India planned to take any action in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, "each brick will be countered with a stone."

"Forget about the media; they didn't even leave [Indian] opposition leaders go to Srinagar. "

He drew attention to the fact that the Kashmirs in IoK were under curfew for almost four weeks. "The message from Pakistan that will be sent today is that until our cashmere do not gain independence, the people of Pakistan will be with them."

President Arif Alvi while speaking during Kashmir Time on Friday. DawnNewsTV

Another event was held at the Aiwan-e-Sadr where President Arif Alvi addressed the crowd.

"I pray to God that in your life and in yours, we will see an independent Kashmir in which their rights are not repressed, their women are not violated and their people are not martyred."

Demonstrations and demonstrations were also organized by people throughout Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

In the state capital, Muzaffarabad, a large concentration was held from the Prime Minister's secretariat to a monument near Sardar Ibrahim Khan, a former president of AJK.

Muhammad Shehzad Arbab, adviser to Prime Minister Khan on the establishment, AJK ministers, lawyer Syed Iftikhar Ali Gillani, Sardar Farooq Sikandar, Chaudhry Rukhsar Ahmed and Chaudhry Ismail were also among the participants, including government officials and activists from civil society

Pasban e Hurriyat, a post-1989 organization of migrants from occupied Kashmir, organized a demonstration near the press club to condemn the occupation of Kashmir by India. – Tariq Naqash

Participants held AJK and Pakistani flags, as well as banners and banners with slogans, calling attention to the atrocities in occupied Kashmir and the popular demand for cashmere.

Before the demonstration, sirens sounded and a minute of silence was observed to pay tribute to the brave cashmere, defying Indian repression without any sign of diminishing resolution.

Later in the day, Prime Minister Imran turned to Twitter to express pride in the way the nation had supported the people of Kashmir.

"I am very proud of our people for the way they came out today in solidarity with the cashmere, letting them know that our nation is decidedly at their side as they confront the brutal and fascist agenda of annexation and ethnic cleansing of the Modi government in Jammu occupied by the Indians and Kashmir, "he tweeted.

"The Pakistani nation has also informed the world about the Nazi-style takeover of India by the Hindu supremacist ideology of the RSS-BJP and the danger it represents not only for the region but for the world," he added.

The chief of the Army General Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, also praised the solidarity expressed by the nation with the people of Kashmir, according to a tweet from the general director of Public Relations between Services.

"The solidarity shown by the nation with the Kashmir brothers during Kashmir Time today is a strong message for the world," he said, as quoted. He added that the deterioration of the situation in occupied Kashmir is a threat to regional peace.

Call to express solidarity

Addressing the nation on Monday, Prime Minister Imran announced that an event will be held every week to show solidarity with the people of Kashmir, starting August 30.

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According to the Ministry of Railways, all trains had to stop for a minute and all railway workers had to participate in Kashmir Hour events.

The Punjab government had also issued a & # 39; Friday Plan & # 39; as part of the Kashmir Mobilization Campaign, beginning with a position regarding the national anthem of the country. Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar and Prime Minister Usman Buzdar joined a procession at Charing Cross.

The ISPR Director General, Division General Asif Ghafoor, urged young people, particularly students, to attend Kashmir Time events to express their solidarity with cashmere.

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Celebrities and cricketers also appealed to the public to attend Kashmir Time.

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The government of India, led by the Hindu nationalist party Bharatiya Janata, decided on August 5 to repeal article 370 of the Indian constitution, which granted Kashmir the special status occupied. The government instituted a security blockade and a communications blackout to prevent violence. The repression is now on its 26th day.

Before today's events, the Prime Minister on Thursday called on all Pakistanis to participate in Kashmir Time to send a strong message of solidarity to the Kashmirs.

"I want all Pakistanis to leave tomorrow from 12 noon to 12.30 p.m. M. To show solidarity with the people of Kashmir and send to the Kashmir cashmere occupied by India a clear message that the entire Pakistani nation is in solidarity with against them and against Indian fascist oppression, the 24-day inhuman curfew, daily injuries and murders of Kashmir civilians, including women and children, all part of the Modi government's ethnic cleansing agenda and its illegal annexation of IoK "said the prime minister via Twitter.

"The plan to change the demography of IoK is a war crime under the 4th Geneva Convention.

"We must send a strong message to the cashmere that our nation is decidedly behind them. So I ask all Pakistanis for half an hour tomorrow, stop whatever they are doing and go on the road to show solidarity with the people of Kashmir. " urged.



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