Kashmir Solidarity Day was observed in different districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Friday to draw the world’s attention to the tragic plight of the oppressed people of Indian-Occupied Kashmir.
The rallies were organized by the district administration, following a government decision to denounce the gross human rights violations committed by India in the occupied valley.
The students and teachers of Government Higher Secondary School No 2, Peshawar Cantt, held a demonstration outside the school. They were holding banners and placards inscribed with slogans to express solidarity with the people of occupied valley.
In Peshawar, students from different schools held rallies and chanted slogans against the Indian government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. They also called on the international community to take note of the gross violations of human rights in Kashmir.
Another event was held at the University Town where additional assistant commissioner Abdul Wali Khan and some notables shared views about the Indian atrocities on innocent Kashmiris.
In Timergara, the main function organized by the administration was held in Balambat under the supervision of Additional Deputy Commissioner, Ishfaq Ahmad. Timergara TMO Pervez Akhtar, government employees, students, and individuals participated in the rally.
Rallies were also held in other districts to show solidarity with the oppressed people of held Kashmir.
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27 September, 2019