Kashmiris need freedom not prison: Mishal Malik



Rally & Photographic exhibition at PUCAR to observe Kashmir right to self Determination day,

RAWALPINDI,   (Parliament Times) :A photographic exhibition & Rally was arranged at Punjab Council of the Arts in connection with Kashmir Right to Self Determination day. Chairperson Peace and Cultural organization Mishal Malik was the Chief Guest of the ceremony. While addressing the ceremony Mishal Malik Said, No one can know the value of independence better than Kashmiri. Kashmiri have been fighting for independence for 72 years. Kashmir’s independence movement has intensified despite the atrocities of Occupied India; the sun of independence will soon rise in the Occupied Kashmir Valley, she added. She further said Occupied Kashmir has been under curfew since August 5, 2019. 8 million Kashmiri are imprisoned in their own homes, the United Nations has failed to implement its resolutions in 72 years. The Kashmiri people demand from the international community and the United Nations to urge the occupying India to give Kashmiri the right to vote. Director Arts Council Waqar Ahmed said that the occupying Indian forces were inflicting atrocities on Kashmiri. Pakistan stands with Kashmiri in their struggle for independence. Kashmiri have been given the right to self-determination by the United Nations. India has been running away from giving Kashmiri the right to self-determination for 72 years. But soon the sun of freedom is about to rise in occupied Kashmir. A large number of people participated in the rally and photo exhibition to express solidarity with the Kashmiri.