PM Imran to deal with public gathering at Muzaffarabad at the moment

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan is all set to go to Muzaffarabad at the moment (Friday) the place he’ll deal with a large public gathering so as to present solidarity with Kashmiris and protest towards Indian brutalities within the occupied valley, ARY Information reported.

PM Khan, in his Twitter message, made the announcement to take one other step for spotlight the Kashmir problem and miseries of the Kashmiri individuals being confronted by them on account of steady siege of the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

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The premier mentioned that the general public gathering will probably be organised to ship a message to the world concerning the persevering with siege of IOJK by Indian occupation forces in addition to exhibiting Pakistan’s agency assist to Kashmiris.

He mentioned, “I’m going to do an enormous jalsa in Muzzafarabad on Friday 13 Sept, to ship a message to the world concerning the persevering with siege of IOJK by Indian Occupation forces; & to point out the Kashmiris that Pakistan stands resolutely with them.”

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Furthermore, Pakistani celebrities can even be becoming a member of the Kashmir solidarity rally in Muzaffarabad on Friday.

Stars together with Humayun Saeed, Maya Ali, Sahir Ali Bagga and Shahid Afridi took to Twitter to point out their assist and urged their followers to take part within the public gathering.

It might be famous that there isn’t a web service, and cell phone connections are additionally snapped within the Kashmir valley. The valley has no reference to the remainder of the world on account of continued blockade and suspension of communication providers since fifth of final month.

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