‘India should step away from Kashmir’

The whole world is condemning the worst human rights violations ever witnessed in Kashmir


​ Our Correspondent September 12, 2019
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LAHORE: Indian atrocities and the curfew in Indian-held Kashmir must come to an end, said Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar. While addressing the media, he said that India has no option left but to give Kashmiris their independence.” The whole world is condemning the worst human rights violations ever witnessed in Kashmir.

The governor termed the support of 58 countries for the Pakistani stance on Kashmir at the UNHRC, a big diplomatic win. The government is fighting the case of Kashmiris all over the world and Pakistan has achieved success at the UNHRC over Kashmir Issue.”

Expressing grief over the death of renowned cricketer Abdul Qadir, the governor said that the void of his absence can never be filled and the whole nation shares the grief of the family of the deceased. “The PM will visit the family of Abdul Qadir soon to offer his condolences and the government will name a road outside his house after the legendary cricketer.”

Published in The Express Tribune, September 12th, 2019.

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