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December 17, 2019

Paintings depict Kashmiris’ struggle

Lahore

December 17, 2019

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar on Monday inaugurated an exhibition titled ‘Kashmir Artist Ki Nazar Mein’ at Hamail Art Gallery, Gulberg, in which artistic pieces depicting India’s tyrannies in Held Kashmir and Kashmiris’ struggle for freedom were put on display.

Talking to media on this occasion, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar said that Narendra Modi has imposed curfew in Held Kashmir for the last 136 days and genocide of Kashmir is on the rise for which Pakistan under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan is fighting for the cause of Kashmir on every front. We are ready to render every sort of sacrifice for Kashmiris. Today there are protest demonstrations across India due to Narendra Modi’s policies fraught with extremism following the RSS ideology. Narendra Modi is usurping the minorities’ rights through extremism based decisions and world community must take stock of the situation. The governor said, ‘we never forget the martyrs of APS debacle and we salute to APS martyrs and Pakistan Army. Entire nation is standing with families of martyrs of the nation.’ December 16 is a day of national tragedy as the barbaric enemy hurt our hearts but Pakistani nation has high spirits and is ready to sacrifice even their lives in defence and security of the motherland. Today the menace of terrorism has been wiped out from Pakistan and the country is now on path to development and prosperity.