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Pakistan expresses unflinching support for Kashmiris on Solidarity Day

  • PM Shehbaz says Kashmiris' dreams will soon see the light of day
Published February 5, 2023

Pakistan is observing Kash­mir Solidarity Day today (Sunday) to express support for the relentless struggle of the Kashmiri people for their inalienable right to self-determination according to the United Nations resolutions.

In a message, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said: “Today the whole of Pakistan comes together to express its unflinching solidarity and support to Kashmiri brothers and sisters, who remain undeterred by the oppressive Indian occupation apparatus in the struggle for UN-sanctioned right to self-determination.”

“Through their sacrifices, they have kept the torch of freedom burning. It is my faith that their dreams will soon see the light of day,” the premier added.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will also address the session of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly today.

In a statement on Saturday in connection with Kashmir Solidarity Day, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb said the Prime Minister in his address will express solidarity with the brave, zealous, and freedom-loving people of Kashmir on behalf of the government and people of Pakistan.

She said the Prime Minister will reaffirm Pakistan’s stand on Jammu and Kashmir dispute as well as its support to the Kashmiri people.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will reiterate Pakistan’s stand on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute and its determination to support Kashmiri's cause,” she said.

The minister said on the instructions of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, the Kashmir Solidarity Day would be celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor across the country.

Various events are being organized in connection with the Solidarity Day of Kashmir, she said, adding activities had also been organized in educational institutions in connection with the Kashmir Day.

The minister said that special programs would be broadcast on electronic, print, and social media.


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Rizwan Feb 05, 2023 01:25pm
Forget about Kashmir, focus on immediate problems.
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TimeToMovveOn Feb 05, 2023 05:00pm
The greatest trick India ever pulled was to convince Pakistan that it (Pakistan) can take Kashmir away from India. This has led to Pakistan being tied to the Kashmir pole at the expense of everything else.
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TimeToMovveOn Feb 05, 2023 05:53pm
Is this a joke? Every year you have a Solidarity Day, Black Day, this day and that day for Kashmir. There are speaches, protests on the streets, some posters and banners, and the very next day everything is forgotten. Then the next year the same thing happens. Shouldnt Pakistan be trying something different if it really wants to take Kashmir from India. Why are you guys wasting your time, doing the same ineffective approaches?
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HashBrown® Feb 06, 2023 12:30am
@TimeToMovveOn, "Shouldnt Pakistan be trying something different if it really wants to take Kashmir from India." The clue is right there in your question. In your eyes, and through the visceral racist hatred of your politicians and your media outlets, you believe that Kashmir is a possession to be taken from one country to another, rather than a collection of millions of lives, all of whom deserve dignity and compassion - and that is why, with or without Pakistan's assistance, the people of the province will eventually be free of you. Next time you see the people of Srinagar waving flags on 14th August instead of 15th, and crowds of people across the occupied territory cheering in support of the Pakistan cricket team, ask yourself how much brutality they must have endured to still feel loyal to their original homeland.
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TimeToMovveOn Feb 06, 2023 03:30am
@HashBrown®, We treat Kashmiris just as equally as you treat your Ahmadis and Balochis-brutally and unjust. I just listened to Athif Mein (MIT/Princeton Economist) on how he and the late Abdul salam were treated in your Pakistan. Heard even their graves not spared. Yep Kashmir is a possession that we intend to keep, and no force on earth can take this from India. Meanwhile, Pakistan has a choice to make-- keep making useless statements every year, stand on the road every friday for 3 minutes, keep spending good money and energy on a useless objective. India wants you that way, and thank you for cooperating. Good luck.
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zh Feb 06, 2023 03:33am
Great, Some one should ask the genius Shehbaz Sharif how the unflinching support of Pakistan is going to help Kashmiris?
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TimeToMovveOn Feb 06, 2023 05:18am
@HashBrown®, People in glass houses with names like Hafiz Sayed, JEM, LET, Manzoor Azar, and the largest list of UN-proscribed terrorists, including OBL, should not be lecturing others. May be you will deny all these and say they are freedom fighters. May be operation searchlight does not ring a bell. The world knows Pakistan's history and flirting with terrorism/non-state actors, admitted by none other than your IK and your army chief. Again, if you want Kashmir, and you are brave enough, come and get it. Stop shouting slogans and do something actually useful. Maybe you can ponder why none of the muslim coutries, Europe, and Americans are slient on your kashmir quest. They know what you guys did to your own bengali brothers.
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HashBrown® Feb 06, 2023 04:02pm
@TimeToMovveOn, Once again, only in Bollywood will you find any material to support your childish fantasies. You're pretending that Hindustan is in complete control - so why post 700,000 soldiers into an occupied land with the sole purpose of terrorising and persecuting the local population? Kashmir is in fact Hindustan's worst nightmare, and a constant reminder of what the country really is - a state founded on fascism. That's why in Pakistan we cherish our founding father, while you cherish the man who assassinated yours. By the way, when you hear about Pakistan annexing Baloch land or filling mass graves with murdered Ahmadis, then maybe you can compare us to your treatment of Kashmiris - until then, you're really just frothing at the mouth.
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