ISLAMABAD: Chairman Kashmir committee Syed Fakhar Imam says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has crossed all limits of cruelties on Kashmiris and is violating all resolutions.
He mentioned this whereas speaking to media individuals in Multan on Saturday.
Fakhar Imam mentioned PTI authorities is projecting the Kashmir concern on worldwide boards in an efficient approach.
The Chairman Kashmir Committee mentioned Worldwide Media can be endorsing the stand of Pakistan on Kashmir concern.
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He additionally expressed concern over deployment of 9 hundred thousand troops by India in Occupied Kashmir.
In occupied Kashmir, state of affairs within the Kashmir Valley and Muslim majority areas of Jammu and Ladakh areas continues to stay grim on 132nd consecutive day, right now (Saturday).
There isn’t a let-up within the restrictions imposed underneath Part 144 within the territory amid large deployment of Indian troops.
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The ban on web, textual content messaging and pay as you go cellular connections continues to be in place and the restoration of some communications restrictions, akin to landline telephones and postpaid cellular companies, couldn’t present any respite to the folks.
The growing chill after contemporary rains and snowfall has added to the miseries of the folks of Kashmir Valley who’ve been already struggling immensely on account of strict navy siege since fifth August.
Because of continued lockdown, folks couldn’t inventory important commodities for the cruel winter an age-old observe as Srinagar-Jammu Freeway, the one land hyperlink of the territory stays closed for a lot of the season.
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In the meantime, addressing a celebration assembly in Jammu, the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Pir Panjal Freedom Motion, Qazi Irshad has mentioned the unlawful and unilateral actions of Indian authorities won’t change the disputed standing of Kashmir.
The Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Freedom League, Muhammad Farooq Rehmani has paid glowing tributes to famous mujahid commander, Abdul Khaliq Ganai alias Jamal Afghani, on the eve of his 26th martyrdom anniversary.
The President of Medical doctors Affiliation Kashmir, Dr Suhail Naik, in a press release in Srinagar, demanded restoration of the web service to hospitals on pressing foundation.