PM urges nation to come out on Feb 5 in support of Kashmiris
ISLAMABAD: On Friday, Prime Minister Imran Khan urged the Pakistanis, in the country and abroad, to come out on 5 February in support of the eight million Kashmiris who had been besieged for nearly six months by 900,000 Indian Modi regime soldiers.
“I want Pakistanis at home and abroad to come out on 5th February in support of the eight million Kashmiris, who have been besieged by 900k Indian soldiers for almost 6 months by the fascist racist Modi regime,” the prime minister said in a message on his Twitter.
Pakistan’s government has also declared that it will begin an extensive January 25 campaign encompassing marches, seminars and exhibits both here and abroad to highlight the global Kashmir conflict.
To highlight the deteriorating human rights situation in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K) the government would run a media campaign in both print and electronic media.