PTI to observe 5th February as Kashmir Day

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Central Vice President and Administrator Zahid Hussain Kazmi reaffirmed Pakistan’s unshakeable political, diplomatic and moral support to the Kashmir and its people and vowed that 5th February would be observed as Kashmir Day to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people. 

He said that the India’s racist extremist ideology of Hindutva, on-going genocide of Kashmiri people and forceful annexation of Kashmir put the regional and world peace at stake.

Zahid Hussain Kazmi expressed these views in a meeting with Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry, President of PTI Azad Jammu Kashmir, who called on him here on Saturday.

According to the details released from the PTI Central Media Department, Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry during his meeting with Zahid Hussain Kazmi held initial consultation on planning various activities regarding solidarity day of Kashmir.  They both also discussed the strategy to arrange various activities to mobilize PTI activists across the country.

On the occasion, Kazmi said that the core committee meeting, which was chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, decided to observer February 5 at the national level to express solidarity with the Kashmiri brothers and sisters. He said that PTI has always stood with Kashmiri brothers against the unabated Indian state barbarism from day one.  Kazmi said that on February 5, Pakistan and PTI will send a message of solidarity to the Kashmiri brothers, especially to the people living on the other side of the border. He said that we will mobilize the entire nation against Indian oppression in the light of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision and leadership.  He further said that together with the people we will send a message to the world that the activities of the Modi government in South Asia and Kashmir in particular is a constant threat to world and regional peace.

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Zahid Hussain Kazmi further said that not only minorities in India, but every person who believes in democracy, tolerance and rule of law is being subjected to fascist Modi repression.  He emphasized that the agenda of Hindutva is becoming the forerunner of the crimes against humanity in India, which puts the very existent of minorities especially the Muslims endanger in the country.

In a message to PTI workers, Kazmi urged the workers that they should start preparing for February 5, and start nationwide activities after receiving instructions from party leadership so as to observe the day in befitting manner.