Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan speaking on point of order in Balochistan Assembly session: File photo

Staff Reporter:

The Balochistan Assembly on Wednesday adopted a unanimous resolution in the support of oppressed Kashmiris and against Indian atrocities in the occupied valley. The resolution was tabled by Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) legislator Saleem Khan Khosa in the house.

The house demanded of the international community to break its silence and take notice of Indian atrocities in the occupied valley. The resolution was supported by both treasury and opposition members during the session, which thoroughly discussed Indian gross human rights violations in occupied Kashmir.

“The world must take notice of Indian atrocities in the occupied valley”, Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan said while speaking on the resolution in the house. He said people of Kashmir were faced with a host of troubles because of the policies framed by the chauvinist regime of Modi Sarkar.

“UN must take notice of Indian human rights violations and continued lockdown in the valley”, the Opposition leader in Balochistan Assembly, Malik Sikandar Khan Advocate told the house. He urged upon all political parties to put =their heads together and support the Kashmir cause politically.

Legislators from opposition and government lashed out at the Indian government for its atrocities against the defenseless people of Kashmir and demanded of the world to break what they call its criminal silence about the Kashmir issue.

Rallies were taken out across Balochistan in the support of Kashmiris on Wednesday morning.

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