In occupied Kashmir, many posters and handbills, along with pictures of Major General Asif Ghafoor, Director General of Inter Services Public Relations of Pakistan, have surfaced in IOK.
The posters citing the DG ISPR read that Pakistan would continue fighting for Kashmir till last solider and bullet. The people of the Kashmir are considering the message of DG ISPR as a lifeline and they felt more strong. The Indian media has gone haywire on the appearance of posters and handbills with Major General Asif Ghafoor’s photo on all major roads and streets of the occupied valley.
The posters are inscribed with the DG ISPR’s message of “fight till the last soldiers and the last bullet” for the people of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. They also carry Hurriyat workers’ prayers for the military spokesperson’s long-life.
Posters with DG ISPR pictures surface in Kashmir
Pakistan has vowed to take any measure necessary to “stand by” people in Kashmir, where an unprecedented communications blackout continues a day after the Indian government said it would revoke the territory’s special status and divide it in two.
Kashmir is under strict curfew and restrictions since August 5 when the Indian government revoked Jammu and Kashmir’s special status after abrogating Article 370 of its constitution. Markets and schools are also closed for the past one month.
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