Pakistan reiterates commitment for struggle of Kashmiris’ right to self determination

Maleeha Lodhi urges UNSC to lift curfew in occupied Kashmir

NEW YORK: At the United Nations, Pakistan has reiterated its commitment for valiant struggle of Kashmiri people for their U.N. recognized right of self-determination.
Speaking at meeting held at the Pakistan House to mark the 71st anniversary of India’s massive invasion and occupation of Kashmir, known as Black Day, Ambassador Maleeha Lodhi said Pakistan will continue to extend diplomatic, moral and political support to their legitimate cause.
The Envoy while denouncing the large-scale brutalities being unleashed by Indian security forces in Occupied Kashmir said every day of Indian occupation is a black day.


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