ISLAMABAD: The Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Ali Muhammad Khan, said Monday that the founder of Pakistan, the last words of Quaid-e-Azam before his premature death were Kashmir, Palestine and immigrants, reported ARY News.
Addressing today’s assembly session, Ali Muhammad Khan said it is inconceivable to think that Pakistan can move away from the cause of Kashmir and Palestine.
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The minister said he promises to pray at the Jamia Kashmir mosque occupied by the Indians during his life.
“Ghazwa-e-Hind has begun,” said Ali Muhammad Khan.
“I am sure that I will hold the Pakistani flag myself and raise it in the Kashmir occupied by the Indians.”
“Kashmir does not want to live a two-sided existence under Indian occupation, while Muslims who chose to live in India of their own free will are being expelled,” Ali Muhammad Khan added.
Early in the day, the Sindh government announced a public holiday on February 5 throughout the province on the occasion of Kashmir Solidarity Day.
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According to a notification issued by the Sindh government, a minute of silence will be observed at 10:00 a.m. to honor Kashmiri Shuhada on Wednesday.
All educational institutions, offices, autonomous agencies, semi-autonomous, corporations and local councils under the administrative control of the Sindh government will remain closed on February 5.