Pakistan reaffirmed its support for the Kashmiris’ struggle
Until the fulfillment of the invaluable right to self-determination enshrined in UN Security Council resolutions, Pakistan has reaffirmed its support for the Kashmiri brothers in their struggle for justice against Indian atrocities.
In a statement on the occasion of Kashmir Martyrs’ Day on Tuesday, Foreign Office spokesman Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that the government and the people of Pakistan pay tribute to the 22 sons of the illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Are living a life of struggle
The courage of these martyrs led to an unprecedented struggle for the right to self-determination in 1931, which continues to this day.
He said that since August 5, 2019, more than 390 Kashmiris have been martyred by Indian professional forces in IOJK.
In that year alone, Indian professional forces have illegally killed forty-five innocent Kashmiris, including minors and women. 537 Kashmiris were arbitrarily arrested and detained. And destroyed 31 houses of Kashmiris.
Over the past seven decades, unprovoked Indian oppression has failed to break the will of the Kashmiri people.
“We once again call on the international community, especially the United Nations and human rights organizations, to investigate the continued extrajudicial killings of Kashmiris by Indian professional forces and bring the perpetrators of these heinous crimes to justice,” the spokesman said.