Pakistan to continue political moral & diplomatic support of Kashmiris: Governor 

Until Kashmiris get right of plebiscite:


QUETTA (6 AM Report): The Governor Balochistan, Malik Abdul Wali Khan Kakar has underlined the need to draw attention of international community towards the issue of Kashmir.

He said that it has always been the stance of Pakistan on the Kashmir issue from the day one that the Kashmiris should be given the right of plebiscite in accordance to the resolutions of United Nations.

The Governor stated so in a message issued here on Sunday. The message marked the Kashmir Solidarity Day being observed today (Monday, 5th of February.

In his message, the Governor said that the real objective behind observing the Kashmir Day is to express complete solidarity with the Kashmiri people.

He said that the whole world knows that Kashmiri people are facing the Indian cruelties and barbarism in the Occupied Kashmir, and every kind of brutality is being meted out with them just to suppress their struggle for independence.

He said that the Kashmir Solidarity Day is aimed at expressing solidarity with the Kashmiri people.

He said that this is high time for the international community to pay attention towards the issue of Kashmir and thus mobilize the public opinion in this regard.

The Governor said that Pakistan has always supported the fair stance of the Kashmiri brethren, and has been highlighting the cruelties and highhandedness unleashed by Indian forces.

Pakistan would continue the political, moral and diplomatic support of the Kashmiri people until and unless they get the right of plebiscite, adding the Governor pledged.

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