India can't suppress Kashmiris' struggle through aggression: CM.
LAHORE -- Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar Friday said that India could not suppress the spirit of freedom of the Kashmiri people through killings and their struggle of Kashmiris could not be suppressed through the bayonet of the gun.
In a message issued here, the chief minister said that Indian policy of brute torture and cruelty has failed in the occupied Kashmir.
'Depriving Kashmiri people of their right to self-determination through illegal occupation is a blatant violation of human rights. Therefore, the international community should pressurize India to immediately stop the play of fire and blood in occupied Kashmir,' he added.
The CM said that Kashmiris were facing cruelties for the sake of self-determination and in spite of state-sponsored Indian terrorism, Kashmiris' passion for freedom had not been weakened. 'The right of self-determination is a non-controversial part of international law but regrettably, the unarmed Kashmiris are deprived of this basic right.'
He reiterated that the PTI government would continue to support the view point of Kashmiris. 'I salute the brave struggle of Kashmiris for the sake of self-determination and today is an occasion to remind Kashmiris that they are not alone and Pakistani nation is standing shoulder to shoulder with them,' chief minister concluded.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Oct 27, 2018|
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