People express solidarity with besieged Kashmiris
TIMERGARA: In light of the Federal as well as Provincial Government directions, the people of Dir Lower express solidarity with besieged Kashmiris.
The main function hold at Balambat under the supervision of Additional Deputy Commissioner Dir Lower Ishfaq Ahmad. Assistant Commissioner Timergara Muhammad Shah Jamil Khan, TMO Timergara, government servants, students, general public participle in the Kashmiri solidarity walk.
Special drive has been launched by the Education department in all girls’ schools and colleges with the theme “Respect the dignity of women in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir as per directions.
As per directions, siren blared, traffic halted and national anthem of Kashmir and Pakistan were sung. On the occasion Additional Deputy Commissioner Dir Lower Ishfaq Ahmad stated that the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir with particular reference of women are suffering from permanent tension due to the continuous curfew.
International community is unaware of the prevailing conditions in Kashmir because of the ban, this ugly aspect of India should be presented before the world. Banners have been installed in all sub-divisions of the district to show solidarity with the Kashmir’s Muslims. The working women and students of schools and colleges carrying banner, pictures and placards highlighted the plight of Kashmiri women under occupation and lockdown in occupied valley.
The speakers condemned the continuous lockdown in the occupied valley and abolishing of special status of Kashmir through Article 370 and 35A and demanded that the curfew may be lifted forthwith in Indian Occupied Kashmir. The speakers demanded that international media may be permitted to surface the human right violation and brutality of Indian Army. The speakers further stated that ‘Kashmir is the Jugular Vein of Pakistan and they will support Kashmiris to the last breath.