Pakistan always stands by people of IoK: PM Khan


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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday stated that Pakistan needed to give the world a message that the country would always stand by the people of Indian-Held Kashmir.
The Prime Minister stated while addressing a Kashmir solidarity rally in Islamabad, where he also took part in a human chain formed to showcase the Pakistani resolve to stand against Indian aggression to protect Kashmir.
Speaking to a crowd of supporters in the capital, PM Imran said that the international media was highlighting the protests in Hong Kong as a movement for democratic freedom, while ignoring occupied Kashmir.
As per plan, the nation observed Kashmir Day on Friday across the country to highlight the atrocities of Indian forces in occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
A human chain was formed under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, stretching from Express Chowk to the D-Chowk in the federal capital. People from all sections of society took part in the event.
In Indian controlled Kashmir, normal life remained disrupted for a 68th day on Friday. A report contended that the military lockdown had cost the Kashmir economy around Rs200 billion over the past two months.
Meanwhile, human chain is being formed in Islamabad Friday to express solidarity with the innocent people of occupied Kashmir against
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