In his message on the Black Day being observed against India’s illegal occupation of Kashmir, former president Asif Ali Zardari said that Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was moulding the global opinion against the Indian atrocities in Kashmir.
“The unfortunate thing is that at the time of Modi’s aggression in Occupied Kashmir, Pakistan did not have an elected government,” he lamented.
“If there was a government of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), the president, prime minister and foreign minister would not have sat quietly,” he maintained.
“Today, Occupied Kashmir looks like the biggest prison in the world. Our hearts beat with the oppressed people of Occupied Kashmir,” he added.
“Referendum in Kashmir is the basic human and democratic right of Kashmiris. The civilized world that talks about human freedom must raise its voice against the Indian oppression of Kashmiris,” he emphasised.
“Freedom of Occupied Kashmir was the pledge of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and the mission of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto,” he pointed out.
“The PPP will continue extending the political and moral support to the democratic struggle of the people of Occupied Kashmir,” he pledged.