Kashmir Solidarity Day observed across Pakistan

Kashmir Solidarity Day observed on Friday across the country to condemn the on-going Indian state terrorism in Occupied Kashmir and to express support to the Kashmiris in their just struggle for securing their inalienable right to self-determination.
The decision to observe the Solidarity Day was taken by the Federal Cabinet at its meeting held in Islamabad under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday following the killing of innocent people by the Indian troops in occupied Kashmir on Sunday.
Observing Kashmir solidarity day the religious parties have staged protest against the Indian forces atrocities in Kashmir and US forces airstrike in Kundos, that left more than 120 students killed, and demanded international probe in both issues.
The workers of religious parties in larger numbers gathered in Islamabad and chanted slogans against India and US as they also carrying banners inscribed with slogans against US and Indian forces.
The protesters submitted condemnable resolutions in Indian and US embassies.Karachi: PPP and MQM have also stage separate protest rallies in Karachi to express solidarity with Kashmiris. The workers of both parties demanded the International community to take immediate notice of Indian barbarism in Kashmir.
Various political parties and social organizations took the street against the Indian atrocities and in solidarity with the people of Kashmir and hundreds of thousands people record their protest.
The people in large numbers particularly students marched from Hilal-e-Ahmar chawk to district council in solidarity with Kashmiris.
Protesters strongly condemned Indian cruelties with Kashmiris and demanded immediate halt of genocide of people of Kashmir. The expressed regret over the criminal silence of international community.