Kashmir Solidarity Day Observed In Balochistan

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"We will emerge more strongly if you try to suppress us", said Saeed, who was listed as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist by the US. Protest rally was held at Public Park in Sibi on Kashmir Solidarity Day under the leadership of the district chairman, Malik Qayem udin Dheyal against the oppression of Kashmiri brothers.

JUI-F leader Ghulam Ali said: "Road to South Asia peace passes through Kashmir".

"We are proud of our Kashmiri brethren", the prime minister said while addressing the Joint Session of Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) Legislative Assembly and AJK Council in Muzaffarabad on Kashmir Solidarity Day being observed across Pakistan with a pledge to seek a solution to Kashmir dispute according to United Nations resolutions and aspirations of the Kashmiri people.

The Foreign Office in a statement also vowed that Islamabad would stand beside the Kashmiri people and support their right to self-determination.

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Meanwhile, a special sitting will be held today at the Aiwan-e-Karkunaan-e-Tehreek-e-Pakistan, the Mall, Lahore to express solidarity with the struggle of the people of Indian-held Kashmir.

Pakistan has called on the worldwide community to pressure India to end its brutalities and gross human rights violations in the occupied Kashmir. "You can close your eyes, pretend nothing happened but they (Pakistan) have to realise what's in front of them and take action against such people", said Raveesh Kumar, the ministry's spokesman. He added that the Pakistani government wanted to stop him from raising the Kashmir issue.

"Kashmir and Palestine are the two oldest issues on the UN agenda and UN resolutions on the Kashmir issue clearly state that the Kashmiri people will decide their fate in a UN supervised plebiscite".