PM reaffirms Pakistan’s commitment for Kashmir’s right to self-determination

PM reaffirms Pakistan's commitment for Kashmir's right to self-determination

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has reaffirmed Pakistan’s unwavering commitment to continue to support the just struggle of Kashmiri people for their right to self-determination.
In a series of tweets on Monday in connection with Kashmir Martyrs Day, he said Pakistan has always stood steadfast for the Kashmiri right to self-determination and that day is not far when they will be liberated from the clutches of Indian illegal occupation.
The Prime Minister said we salute Kashmiris for their continued struggle against the illegal and barbaric Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir.
He said the martyrs of 13 July 1931 were the forefathers of today’s Kashmiri resistance. Their descendants have, generation after generation, laid down their lives for freedom and today they continue to valiantly fight and defy a Hindutva Supremacist regime bent on demographic engineering to wipe out the Kashmiri people and their identity.
Kashmiris living on both sides of the Line of Control as well as rest of the world are observing the Kashmir Martyrs Day today (Monday) with a pledge to continue their struggle for achievement of their birthright right to self-determination and freedom of Kashmir from the Indian yoke.
Kashmir Martyrs’ Day has been commemorated annually on July 13 to mark the incident of July 13, 1931, when 22 Kashmiris were martyred in their attempts to complete the call for prayer outside the Srinagar Central jail, by soldiers of Dogra ruler Maharaja Hari Singh.


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