ISLAMABAD: Senator Rehman Malik of the People’s Party of Pakistan (PPP) announced Tuesday that he will produce a long-running film about the plight of occupied Indian Kashmir, ARY News reported.
The senator who informed the media about the idea said that while writing a book dedicated to the bravery of Kashmir individuals and the struggles they have to go through every day under Indian occupation, he thought about making a feature film about the important issue.
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Malik said he was in the process of writing the script for the film, whose responsibility fell on him.
The senator said his goal is to promote and highlight the violations of occupied human rights in Kashmir and the persevering spirit throughout their lives, which have been spent in captivity and fighting for the right to self-determination.
Malik said that the cast and direction of the film has not yet been finalized, but that he seeks to concentrate on these aspects once he has finished with the script.
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Yesterday, the prime minister highlighted the serious humanitarian and human rights situation in Jammu and Kashmir occupied by India, as a result of the illegal and unilateral actions of India on August 5, 2019.
He added that the belligerent rhetoric of India, the intense violations of the ceasefire in the LoC and other aggressive actions were endangering peace and security in the region.