ISLAMABAD – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Pakistan to launch global campaign for Kashmir. The campaign is launching from 25th of January. It will highlight the issue of Occupied Kashmir through print, social and electronic media throughout the world.
According to details, the foreign minister, addressing a news conference in Islamabad, said a cultural show with regard to the Kashmir will be arranged at PNCA on 27th January. A photo exhibition regarding the struggle of Kashmiris will be held on 28th January across the country.
Foreign Minister also said a seminar will be conducted on 30th of January in Islamabad to raise the Kashmir issue. He said Chairman Kashmir Committee Syed Fakhar Imam will hold a press conference on the issue of Kashmir on 31st January.
Qureshi also said that Prime Minister Imran Khan will address a public gathering at Mirpur to raise the issue of Occupied Kashmir. He said rallies will also be taken out across the country to express solidarity with the Kashmiri brethren.
The Foreign Minister said regional peace and security is under threat after the 5th August step of India to revoke the special status of Occupied Kashmir. Qureshi says that Occupied Kashmir is witnessing a humanitarian crisis and ground realities are corroborating our narrative on Kashmir.
He further said one hundred and seventy-five days have passed of the lockdown of Kashmir where all fundamental rights are usurped. He said more than 8 million people are virtually prisoners, both physically and psychologically.
Pakistan to launch global campaign for Kashmir.