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August 1, 2020

Kashmir Siege Day to be observed on Aug 5

Lahore

August 1, 2020

LAHORE:On the directions of Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, Youm-e-Istehsal-e-Kashmir (Kashmir Siege Day) would be observed on August 5 across the province against Indian aggression in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

A rally will be staged from Chief Minister’s Office to Governor's House in which the chief minister, parliamentarians, PTI leaders and important personalities would participate while other rallies and functions would also be held at divisional level with observance of corona SOPs. The participants would record their peaceful agitation against Indian aggression while wearing black ribbons.

The chief minister regretted that oppressed Kashmiris were forced to live under Indian oppression as 12 months had passed military siege in Indian Occupied Kashmir.

The Indian illegal occupation of Occupied Kashmir had turned into the century's biggest humanitarian crisis and tragedy which also described the impassiveness of the international community, he added. Pakistan would continue to firmly stand with Kashmiris with vigour and zeal, he said and added that India would have to be accountable for its every cruelty as the blood of martyred Kashmiris would give way to the freedom of Kashmir. The PTI government would fight the case of Indian Occupied Kashmir at every forum, the CM concluded.