‘Kashmir Freedom Trees’ planted as K-P observes ‘Black Day’

Published: October 28, 2019
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PHOTO: FILE

PESHAWAR: K-P Chief Minister Mahmood Khan and Governor Shah Farman planted ‘Kashmir Freedom Trees’ on Sunday as the province observed a black day against Indian aggression in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Chief Minister Mahmood strongly condemned India’s oppression of Kashmiri Muslims, adding that Pakistan firmly supports the demand of Kashmiris for their right of self-determination. He added that people of Pakistan stand strong with Kashmiri people until their Independence.

Later on, Governor Farman and CM Mahmood, along with members of the provincial assembly also held a solidarity walk. Advisor to Chief Minister for newly merged Districts Ajmal Wazir, Special Assistant to CM on IT Kamran Bangash, MPAs Asif Khan, Faheem Khan, Pir Fida, Principal Secretary to CM Shahab Ali Shah and others also attended the event.

They also prayed especially for the liberation of Kashmiri Muslims from Indian tyranny and brutality along with pray for the goodness of entire Muslim Ummah.

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