Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir

The Kashmir yet again turned into battlefield when the youth’s spontaneous overflow of powerful passions for Pakistan and love for freedom frustrated the brutal Indian administration.

On Sunday the twenty-one-kilometre marathon was to begin from Naseem Bagh at Kashmir University and go along Dal Lake Kashmiri students raised anti-India and ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans and hoisted Pakistan flags in a rally led by students in Srinagar, it is reported.

According to media reports the motivated and charged youth shouted slogans like “Jan Jan Pakistan”, “Jeway Jeway Pakistan” and “We Want Freedom.” On this clashes erupted in Kashmir University campus between the youth and security forces during the marathon event.

The youth displayed Pakistan flags and raised anti-India slogans during the beginning of the much publicised marathon event attended by some ministers and civil and police officials. The angry youth vandalised the stage and attempted to torch a police vehicle after security forces intervened to break the protest.

This is not the first time that the Kashmiris, victims of Indian state’s atrocities, have hoisted Pakistan flag. On April 15 this year, the valley of Kashmir echoed with ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans. Freedom leader Musarrat Alam had raised the slogans in that rally.

In March, female freedom leader Asiya Andrabi had adorned her home with Pakistan flag on Pakistan Day. The more the Indian army tries to subdue Kashmiris, the louder the voice of the Kashmiris is getting.  Reinforcements have been rushed to the spot to bring the situation under control.

Syed Ali shah Gilani stated that India knows well Kashmiris love Pakistan. Admittedly their love for Pakistan is exemplary and Indian brutalities can’t crush their desire for independence, it is the right time Pakistan government must show all diplomatic and moral activeness for the independence of the people of Kashmir. This is their inherent right that no one can deny.

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