BISP Beneficiaries Observe `Black Day' To Condemn Indian Atrocities
Fakhir Rizvi Published August 15, 2016 | 04:45 PM
ISLAMABAD,(UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 15th Augst,2016) : Kashmir is an unfinished agenda of Indo-Pak partition and its solution is vital for peace and stability in the region. UN must pay attention to Kashmir issue as it not only involved India- Pakistan dispute but its irresolution also raises question on the goodwill and prestige of United Nations.
Chairperson Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) Marvi Memon while addressing BISP beneficiaries' rallies in Hatian Bala and Chakothi Line of Control (LOC) stated that the stance of PML government on Kashmiris' right of self determination is quite clear.
She was leading BISP beneficiaries who came on streets to protest against India and atrocities of Indian forces in Occupied valley. "Pakistan stands by the innocent and oppressed Kashmiris across LOC", she stated.
The chairperson, as representative of Federal Government, observed `Black Day' in solidarity with Kashmiris against the Indian atrocities across LOC. She attended Black Day events at various places in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) including Muzaffarabad, Domail, Khun Bandway, Hatian Bala and Chakothi LOC alongwith Kashmiri people, local politicians, BISP beneficiaries and officials.
Minister for education MLA Barrister Iftikhar Gillani also accompanied with Chairperson BISP during Black Day events. While addressing the various large gatherings, Chairperson BISP said Pakistan is raising its voice for the cause of Kashmiri people at every forum.
There is a clear difference between freedom movements and the phenomenon of terrorism and the word needs to understand this difference. In the garb of curbing terrorist activities, India is committing state terrorism in Indian held Kashmir by arresting, injuring and killing innocent Kashmiris, she further said. Marvi Memon said that she saluted the valour of Kashmiri people who defied curfew and took to streets to celebrate Pakistan's Independence Day in Indian held Kashmir.