On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan drew attention to the situation in occupied Kashmir, criticizing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for thinking he could "get his annexation agenda" using force to silence the cashmere.
In a post shared on Twitter, the prime minister said: "Modi is riding a tiger, he thought he could get his annexation agenda using 900,000 forces to silence the cashmere.
"900,000 soldiers are not needed to fight terrorism; they are needed to terrorize 8 million people in Kashmir."
In a later tweet, the prime minister said the Indian prime minister was now "fearful" because "he knows that at the time the siege is lifted, there will be a bloodbath, which would be the only way to subdue the people of Kashmir ".
Frustration, anger and fear have been growing in occupied Kashmir since August 5, when the Indian government stripped the region of its semi-autonomous status and imposed a curfew and a communications blackout. While some call and text message services for mobile phone services were previously restored in the region, text message services were blocked again on Tuesday.
The repression has continued for more than 70 days.
According to Pakistan Radio, Friday is seen as Kashmir Day throughout the country to express solidarity with cashmere. In this regard, the sirens rang at 3 p.m. and the people stood up to express solidarity with their Kashmir brothers.
Last month, addressing the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Prime Minister Imran criticized India for its annexation of occupied Kashmir and the continuing restrictions imposed on the region.