Fascist India govt banned freedom of expression in Kashmir, says Mushaal

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Punjab Arts Council on Thursday organized a protest walk and photographic exhibition to mark Black Day centered on Indian atrocities. Chairperson of Peace and Cultural organization Mushaal Mullick was the chief guest of the inaugural ceremony.

While addressing the ceremony, Mullick said that the pain of occupied Kashmir was the pain of Pakistan, highlighting that Pakistan and Kashmir were like “one soul in two bodies”.

She said that the fascist Indian government had entirely banned freedom of expression in the occupied Kashmir, where journalists were being massacred.

The chairperson further said that the brutal Indian forces had cramped the land for Kashmiris in the occupied valley.

India is violating Geneva convention and United Nations Security Council resolutions in Occupied Kashmir”, she added. In the end, Mushaal said that the Punjab Arts Council had always presented the actual image of Indian illegal ly Occupied Kashmir (IIOJK) to the world.

 

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