Pakistanis joined by pro Khalistan community members stage protest in US against India over Occupied Kashmir

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Pakistanis joined by pro Khalistan community members stage protest in US against India over Occupied Kashmir

NEW YORK – Pakistanis were joined by pro Khalistan community members who stage protest in US against India over Occupied Kashmir lockdown.

Pro-Khalistan Sikhs joined by Pakistani community members held a protest in Houston, United States, demanding resolution of Kashmir dispute and against Modi-led Hindu nationalist Indian government for committing gross violations of human rights in occupied Kashmir.

To express support for the cause of Kashmir and demanding a separate land for Sikhs, the Sikh community members and Pakistanis, in a form of carcade with Kashmir and Khalistan flags mounted on their cars, moved through the roads and streets while chanting full-throat slogans against the Modi regime.

The protesters raised slogans of “Modi’s tour of the U.S. unacceptable.”

On the other hand, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development Zulfiqar Hussain Bukhari, aka Zulfi Bukhari, held meetings with Muslim organisations in New York for making preparations for staging a protest in the U.S. upon arrival of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Furthermore, a massive demonstration will be held outside United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) headquarters in New York when Modi will deliver his speech in the upcoming session of the UNGA.

Importantly, Sikh organisations in Indian Punjab have jointly condemned Indian government’s unilateral action of revoking special autonomy of occupied Jammu and Kashmir, and its division into two Union territories, a report in The Wire revealed.

The development is being considered “very significant” as these organisations spent three decades at odds with each other over militancy in Indian Punjab.