Senior Kashmiri Hurriyat leader meets with Chairman Kashmir Committee

Islamabad: Senior Kashmiri Hurriyat leader Abdul Hamid Lone met with Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Shehryar Khan Afridi on Tuesday here in Islamabad. During the meeting both discussed the latest situation in occopied Kashmir and coming actvities in details regarding 5 August across the country including Azad Kashmir.

Shehryar Khan Afridi assured Abdul Hamid Lone the continious diplomatic and moral support of Pakistan to ongoing kashmir struggle of right to self determination backed by United Nations resolutions. 

Inanother meeting with Youth delegation Afridi extolled the sacrifices, resistance and forbearance shown by Kashmiri youth against Indian oppression and said that the courageous struggle of Kashmiri youth is a model for the world.

“Kashmir freedom is not far now. The Indian regime under Narendra Modi has further internationalized Kashmir conflict. Now the world is ready to intervene and the successive offers by world leaders to resolve Kashmir reflect the success is not far away. You may be the lucky generation who may witness the freedom of Kashmir,” said Shehryar Afridi while addressing the young Kashmir Ambassadors here at the Parliament House.

Chairman Kashmir Committee also warned the youth of a hybrid war imposed on Pakistan through social media, saying that the enemy is trying to distract Pakistani youth with lies and mendacity to divide and distract Pakistani youth on ethnic, linguistic, sectarian and religious lines.

“We need to remain cautious of the hybrid war that aims at dividing us. We need to shun the vicious propaganda of the enemy. Unity, discipline and patriotism are our best tools to frustrate the enemy’s designs,” he added.

Afridi said that youth must stand firm for the cause of Kashmir and they should remember how bravely the people of Kashmir were sacrificing against the oppressive and occupant regime of India.

 

 

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