ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Imran Khan hits out at Indian PM Narendra Modi over his brutality with the Muslims of Occupied Kashmir.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the people of occupied Kashmir have been facing brutality at the hands of Indian forces since the last several decades and it has eliminated the fear of death among them. He added, “If Narendra Modi thinks the people of Kashmir will accept the decision of revoking Article 370 then he is wrong.”
The premier expressed these views while addressing the people at Constitution Avenue in Islamabad on Friday. A large number of people gathered in the capital city and formed a ‘human chain’ from D-Chowk to Radio Pakistan Chowk to show solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir.
The PM maintained that Modi had “played his last card" by not accepting the autonomy of occupied Kashmir. He said, “The residents of the disputed region will not accept the decision.”
The prime minister criticized international media over the in-depth coverage of the Hong Kong protests and for not highlighting the Indian brutality in held valley.
The people of Kashmir have been living under curfew-like conditions for over two months now.
Normal life remains crippled in the occupied valley as military lockdown has cost the territory’s economy more than Rs200 billion over the past two months.