Protest in Pakistan Administered Kashmir against Narendra Modi’s speech at UNGA

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Muzaffarabad: A Protest demonstration was held in Pakistan administered Kashmir on Saturday against the speech made by Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi at United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), Pakistan media reported.

According to a report by Pakistan based newspaper Daily Times, a large number of people gathered in the capital of Pakistan administered Kashmir under the aegis of Pasban-e-Hurriyat Jammu Kashmir holding black flags and ribbons tied on their arms, shouted slogans against the Modi led government of India.

Accusing the Indian Prime Minister of killing Muslims, the protestors lamented that the speech given by him at UNGA is an “insult” to the prestigious organisation.

During the demonstration, protestors said that “Modi led RSS is engaged in grave human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir”.

“RSS is killing elder ones, children and women in Jammu and Kashmir and Modi is trying to hide his notorious acts by addressing UNGA while people in JK are suffering Indian atrocities” the report quoted protestors’ as having said.

The protestors also said that “UNGA should not allow (Narendra Modi) killers of Muslims to address as this is a disgrace for humanity and all peace loving nations around the globe.”

Protestants stated that Narendra Modi has a “record of inhuman acts including killings of Muslims in Gujrat.”

“Modi has violated the religious rights of Muslims in India and the damage made to Babri Mosque by RSS is the testimony in this regard,” the report quoted one of the protestors a shaving said.

Condemning the “violations”, the protestors have sought the UN’s attention to implement its resolutions on Kashmir as people of JK are “resisting against Indian armed forces for the implementation of UN resolutions.”

Meanwhile, hailing the speech made by Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan at the same platform, the protestors said that Plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir is the legitimate right of people living in JK.


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