Protest demonstrations held in Quetta against Indian PM

Protest demonstrations held in Quetta against Indian PM
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QUETTA (APP): Protest demonstrations were held here Wednesday against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for hurling threats at Pakistan.

Two demonstrations were organized at Press Club Quetta by Anjuman-e- Tajran Balochistan and All Balochistan Tandoor Asocciation Quetta (ABTAQ) led by Deputy Mayor of Quetta Muhammad Younas Lehri, Rehim Agha, Khuda-e-Dost Faqir Agha and ABTAQ president Haji Raza Muhammad Khilji.

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The protesters were carrying placards inscribed with slogans against Indian Prime Minister.

The speakers on the occasion said they would fight on front line against India if it committed the mistake of attacking Pakistan.

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They said Indian forces were unleashing brutalities against innocent Kashmiris and urged the international community to take notice of the Indian government's inhuman attitude towards Kashmiri people demanding their right to self determination.

The protesters pledged that they would fight against the Indian force shoulder to shoulder with the Pakistan Army.

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The effigy of Indian Prime Minister was also torched during the demonstration.

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