ISLAMABAD: The Kashmiri girl victims of Indian atrocities were remembered at Pakistan High Commission in London on the International Day of the Girl Child.
On this occasion, solidarity with the Kashmiri people was expressed and a collective Dua (prayer) was offered by hundreds of people assembled for the Juma Prayer at the High Commission.
Pakistan High Commissioner to the UK Mohammad Nafees Zakaria, in his address on the occasion, reminded the audience of the plight of the Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, where over eight million people are under siege for the last 69 days.
Nafees Zakaria particularly mentioned the Girl Victims of rape, pellet guns, abduction and torture in the Occupied Kashmir.
The Pakistani High Commissioner called upon the international community to play their role to end sufferings of the people in Indian occupied Kashmir.
On Oct 11, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan had said China had rejected Indian narrative by declaring Kashmir a disputed area.
She had said stance of a permanent member State of the UN Security Council was manifestation of solidarity with the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and it depicted great friendship of Iron Brothers.
Special Assistant Dr Firdous had thanked the Chinese leadership and public for strong support to the oppressed people of the occupied Kashmir.
On Oct 5, Senator Warren had said that “the rights of the Kashmiri people must be respected”. While, earlier Sanders had said that India’s Aug 5 action to repeal Kashmir’s special status was “unacceptable”.