Hindu, Christian communities stage Kashmir Solidarity rallies IIOJ&K people deprived of basic rights by Modi govt

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Our Correspondents
Hyderabad/ Bahawalpur

Human Right Council and and Hindu community on Friday staged rally to show solidarity with Kashmiris who were under siege imposed by fascist Narendra Modi regime in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) since August 05, 2019.

A rally led by Ramesh Kumar Gupta and others by holding banners, placards and Kashmiri flags in their hands marched from Sindh University’s old campus to Hyderabad Press Club.
The participants of the rally also condemned Indian atrocities and human rights violation in occupied valley and demanded of the international community to take notice of Modi regime’s brutalities against unarmed and innocent people of Kashmir.

They also chanted slogans in favour of oppressed people of IIOJ&K who were being deprived of their basic rights by fascist Modi government through an illegal constitutional amendment in Indian constitution through which special status given to the people of disputed territory had been revoked.

A large number of people hailing from Christian community of Bahawalpur took out rally and staged demonstration to express solidarity with people of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK).

The rally led by Christian community leaders including Bishop Naeem Eisa, Shehzad Illyas, Pastor David, Zafar Iqbal, Ayyub Mubarak, Pastor Irshad Rahmat, Paster Nawab, Asif Bhatti and Javed Bhatti was taken out from DC Chowk. The rally marched on city roads and reached at the commercial hub, Fareed Gate where the participants staged demonstration and protest against India.

Addressing the rally, the leaders of Christian community of Bahawalpur said that Indian government had victimized innocent Kashmiris of brutalities and torture. He said that Christian community of Pakistan fully support right of Kashmiris for freedom from India.

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