PCoK chairman calls for action against Zionist and Hindutva regimes

By Staff Reporter
Saturday – May 22, 2021
ISLAMABAD: The parliamentary committee on Kashmir (PCoK) chairman Shehryar Khan Afridi said, on Friday, that atrocities against Muslims by Zionist and Hindutva terrorist regimes require a world response failing of which may trigger consequences beyond regions.

According to a press release, he was addressing the participants of a protest rally held to mark “martyrs day” held in the federal capital under the aegis of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC).

PCoK chairman Afridi said that Kashmir and Palestine need immediate world attention and are a huge question mark on the credibility of the United Nations (UN).

Flanked by APHC leaders Syed Faiz Naqshbandi, Mohammad Hussain Khateeb, Ghulam Mohammad Safi, Yousaf Naseem and others, he said it is about time for the world to speak on Kashmir as humanity is under attack from the Zionist and Hindutva terrorists.

PCoK chairman Afridi said that the resistance of Kashmiri and Palestinian nations reminds us of the resilience of humans against oppression and barbarism.

He said the 57 Muslim states need to roar like lions and foreign minister (FM) Shah Mahmood Qureshi had represented the aspirations of the whole nation in the UN General Assembly (UNGA).

PCoK chairman Afridi said that all political parties stand united on the issue of Kashmir and Palestine and we will keep our struggle for the liberation of Kashmir and Palestine irrespective of consequences.

He said that the UN’s failure in stopping the genocide of Kashmiris and Palestinians may lead to the fate of league of nations.

PCoK chairman Afridi said that the Indian government had denied Pakistan’s request for setting up an international medical corridor for the people of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) who are under double lockdowns.

He said that Pakistan is a responsible State but India is time and again provoking Pakistan by attacking the Kashmiri people.

PCoK chairman Afridi said the targeting of Muslims across the globe need the leadership of the Muslim Ummah to sit together and adopt a united voice and follow a strategy to protect humanity which is under attack from Zionist and Hindutva terrorists.

He lauded the APHC leaders who had sacrificed their homes, families and assets just for their love of freedom.


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