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Gilani thanks PM Imran, people of Pakistan for support to Kashmir cause
November 12, 2019

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In occupied Kashmir, the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani has thanked Pakistani people and Prime Minister Imran Khan for their wholehearted support to the Kashmir cause.

 According to Kashmir Media Service, in a letter addressed to PM Imran Khan, the APHC Chairman appreciated the way he Prime Minister spoke at the UN General Assembly in favour of the Kashmiri people and against the Indian decision to illegally change the disputed status of Jammu and Kashmir.

He said, despite subjecting people to severe torture, India has been unable to crush the freedom struggle. He said, the Muslims of Ladakh have also been left at the mercy of brutal Indian forces, as the people of that region are also opposing this illegal Indian action.

The nonagenarian leader appealed to Imran Khan to withdraw all aspects of the Tashkent, Shimla and Lahore agreements as India has unilaterally brought these agreements to an end and re-designate the Line of Control as the Ceasefire Line.

One the other hand,Indian troops in their fresh act of state terrorism martyred two more youth in Ganderbal district, today, raising the toll to four in less than 48 hours in the occupied territory.

The youth were killed by the troops during a cordon and search operation in Gund area of the district. Earlier, two youth were martyred by Indian troops in Bandipore district, yesterday.

Meanwhile, with unilateral declaration of occupied Jammu and Kashmir as union territory by India, New Delhi is planning to change the names of significant buildings, hospitals, airports and cricket stadiums after RSS and BJP leaders in the territory.

The situation continued to remain far from normal in the Kashmir Valley as well as Muslim majority areas of Jammu and Ladakh regions on the 100th day of clampdown, today. Internet across all platforms, SMS and prepaid mobile services remains totally snapped.

The people living in the Kashmir Valley continue to keep their business establishments closed and stay away from offices and educational institutions. Most of the public transport is also off the roads.