World silence over Indian brutalities highly deplorable: CM

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Amraiz Khan

Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has said that constant silence of the international community over Indian brutalities against the people of Occupied Kashmir is highly deplorable.
He said that the Modi government has crossed every limit of cruelty and barbarity against the unarmed Kashmiris of Occupied Kashmir.
It has turned the occupied valley of Kashmir into an open jail for the last 113 days and blatantly violated human rights and all international laws in Occupied Kashmir. He pointed out that people of Occupied Kashmir are struggling for their birthright of independence for the last 72 years.
The chief minister regretted that oppressed Kashmiris are deprived of basic necessities of life due to continued curfew and schools, offices and private institutions are wearing a deserted look. Prime Minister Imran Khan has effectively projected the core issue of Kashmir at every forum, he added.
Usman Buzdar said that Kashmir is the jugular vein and Pakistan and Kashmir are incomplete without each other.
He emphasized that Indian cruelties cannot bow down the Kashmiris who are writing a new history of bravery with their blood. The long-standing struggle of Kashmiris will bear fruit and they will see the rising sun of freedom, concluded chief minister.

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