Balochistan Awami Party Secretary General , Manzoor Kakar leading a rally against Indian occupation of Kashmir in Quetta: Photo provided by Balochistan's Information Ministry

Staff Reporter:

Masses of Balochistan have vowed to support the oppressed Kashmiris against the Indian atrocities in the occupied valley on the eve of Youm e Istehsal. Various rallies were taken out and programs were organized by political parties, civil society in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan to extend full support to the defenseless Kashmiris under occupation.

Governor Balochistan Justice (R) Amanullah Khan Yaseenzai and Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan addressed a function in connection with the Indian occupation of Kashmir in Quetta on Wednesday.

“We stand by our Kashmiri brothers in this hour of trial”, Mr. Yaseenzai assured. He said masses of Balochistan have proved their sympathy and support with the voiceless people of Kashmir.

“Lift curfew, then you would come to know about your status”, Jam Kamal, the Chief Minister asked the Indian government. In this age of technology and social media, the Indian nefarious designs have been exposed before the world, he said.

Programs were organized in Quetta, Khuzdar, Pishin, Sibi, Harnai, Ziarat and various cities of Balochistan to express solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris. Political leaders, tribal elites and members of civil society addressed programs in the province.

Participants of the protest rallies had carried placards and banners inscribed with slogans condemning gross human rights violations in Kashmir and Indian occupation. They demanded of the international community to break its silence and take action against India.

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