Rawalpindi, Oct 17 (KMS): Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa while visiting troops stationed along the Line of Control (LoC) on Wednesday vowed “to never leave Kashmiris alone” in their fight against Indian oppression.
“Kashmiris in IOJ&K are bravely facing Indian atrocities under continued siege. We shall never leave them alone and play our rightful role at whatever cost,” said Gen Bajwa.

Gen Bajwa’s remarks came after a briefing by Army officials of the “deliberate targeting of civilians” across the LoC by Indian troops and the response by Pakistan’s armed forces.
A day earlier, at least three civilians died and eight others were injured in Azad Jammu and Kashmir after Indian troops resorted to “indiscriminate” shelling from across the LoC. »

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Islamabad, Oct 17 (KMS): Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan Wednesday said Prime Minister Imran Khan informed the Saudi leadership about the grave human rights situation, communication blockade and continuing lockdown in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
In a tweet on social media platform Twitter, she said curfew was continuing for the last 73 days while more than eight million Kashmiris were besieged in their homes in Occupied Kashmir and the valley was turned into a jail. »

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Islamabad, Oct 17 (KMS): Speakers of a seminar titled “Kashmir conflict” held at female campus of the International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI), urged the international community to shun double standards on the issues of human rights and called upon them to play an active role in persuading India to resolve the lingering dispute by giving Kashmiris their right of plebiscite.
The participants urged that a proper social media strategy be devised to uncover the Indian atrocities, while social media websites’’ owners and high ups are approached by the government to solve the issue of blockade of Pakistani accounts.
Addressing the seminar, Minister of State for Narcotics Control Shehryar Khan Afridi said that perhaps political and commercial interests have overtaken the world powers because they are shying away from playing their due role in Kashmir conflict. »

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London, Oct 17 (KMS): The speakers including High Commissioner of Pakistan to the United Kingdom Mohammad Nafees Zakari and members of the British Parliament at a conference on Kashmir have called upon the international community and peace-loving nations, to put diplomatic pressure on India to implement the United Nations Security Council resolutions on Kashmir for ensuring lasting peace and prosperity in the region.
The conference on Kashmir was organized by Jammu and Kashmir Self-Determination Movement International (JKSDMI) at House of Common London in Wilson Room Portcullis House. »

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