Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the party leaders to protest in New York against Indian Prime Minister Narednra Modi on the eve of the United Nations General Assembly meeting.
According to details, PM Imran directed the PTI to stage a historic protest against state terrorism and genocide in Kashmir by India. He vowed that he would raise the voice of Kashmiris at every forum by becoming an ambassador of the Kashmiri people.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Overseas Secretary General Dr. Abdullah Riar met with the premier. On this occasion, Prime Minister said that serious human rights violations were being committed by the Modi government in the occupied Kashmir. He added that PTI should unite people and human rights organizations in New York against Indian barbarism and prepare a vigorous protest against Modi at the UNGA meeting.
India had no right to illegally occupy Kashmir, especially considering the United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) resolutions and bilateral agreements, PM Imran added, noting that as the ambassador for the occupied Muslim-majority, Himalayan region, he would raise the people’s voice on every forum around the world.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government revoked Muslim majority Kashmir’s special status under which people from the rest of India could not buy property or compete for government jobs and college places. Modi’s ruling party had long sought an end to Kashmir’s special status, seeing it as appeasement of minorities and a barrier to its integration with the rest of the country.
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17 November, 2019