London, October 19 (KMS): Kashmir Solidarity Day was observed at the High Commission to remind the world of the plight of the people of occupied Kashmir who have been under continued military siege since August 5.

A large number of Pakistanis, friends of Pakistan from other communities and media representatives attended the gathering to express solidarity with the oppressed people of occupied Kashmir.

The Pakistani High Commissioner, Mohammad Nafees Zakaria, on the occasion updated the audience about the current situation of the territory. He highlighted the sufferings of Kashmiris. He called upon the international community to play role in ending the sufferings of the Kashmiri people by settling the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant UN Kashmir resolutions.

On the occasion, photos depicting Indian atrocities against helpless Kashmiris were also displayed. The photos of the victims of Indian atrocities, as documented by various international institutions and human rights organisations, helped visitors understand the magnitude of the human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir.

Later, led by the High Commissioner, the officers and the staff of the Mission assembled at the premises of the High Commission to express solidarity with the Kashmiris by observing 5-minute silence.


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