On Kashmir Solidarity Day, Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan reiterated that Pakistan stands united with Indian-Occupied Kashmiri (IoK) and urged the international community to take notice of India’s crimes. The premier is officially on a four-day tour to China.

Taking to his Twitter handle, the premier wrote: “Modi’s fascist policies of oppression and violence have failed to crush the spirit of the Kashmiri resistance in IoK.”

President Dr Arif Alvi said India was continuing to “brutalise” IoK and also trying to change its demography. “I remind the world to wake up and fulfil its promise of protecting Kashmiri human & political rights,” the president said in a tweet.


Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President and Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif said today was a day to come together to extend “unwavering support” to Kashmiris regardless of political differences.

Similarly, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari showed his support and said his party would continue to support Kashmiris in their cause.

Federal Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari said Pakistan stood in solidarity with occupied Kashmir and the Kashmiris’ “legitimate” struggle for self-determination and a plebiscite.