Photo exhibition highlights Indian atrocities

The photo exhibition focused on the atrocities committed by Indian forces in IIOJK

Our Correspondent August 06, 2022


Arts Council of Pakistan organised a photo exhibition in Haseena Moin Hall on the occasion of Youm-e-Istehsaal Kashmir in Karachi.

The photo exhibition focused on the atrocities committed by Indian forces in Illegally Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Former ambassador Jameel Ahmad Khan said people across Pakistan are observing the Day of Exploitation of Kashmir.

India has oppressed the people of IIOJK, but they will surely succeed in their struggle, Khan said. Hurriyat Conference Secretary Abdul Mateen said that Kashmir and Pakistan are not separate. "I am very thankful to Pakistan. The current situation in Kashmir is dire. Kashmir is not a religious issue but an international and political issue.

Sindh Minister for Labour and Manpower Saeed Ghani said the pictures on display are nothing compared to the atrocities that have occurred in IIOJK.

He said IIOJK is a prison where Indian occupation forces have killed thousands of men, women and children, raped thousands of girls and women and incarcerated men without trials.

Today, Modi started trampling Kashmiri identity, Modi, and his party on racism. He added that Pakistan's commitment to Kashmiris had been strengthened, and we reiterate that we stand with Kashmiris.

Pakistan stands with Kashmiris, condemning the atrocities India has inflicted on them in recent years. The day is not far when Kashmiris will get what they want.

Arts Council Governing Body member Bashir Saduzai said that today August 5th, is celebrated as Kashmir Exploitation Day. Yes, in this photo exhibition, there is a glimpse of Indian atrocities, Kashmiri people are standing in front of Indian armed forces, and Pakistani people are always with Kashmiris. Shakeel Khan moderated the Event.


Published in The Express Tribune, August 6th, 2022.


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