Modi government is not tolerating the independent and dignified status of Muslims – Arshad Abdullah


CHARSADDA: (Report): According to Global Times Media Report, Senior leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) and former provincial law minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Barrister Arshad Abdullah on the occasion of Kashmir Solidarity day said that the independent and dignified status of Muslims is not being tolerated by Modi government and India. He said that India is oppressing Indian and Kashmiri Muslims due to which Kashmiri and Indian Muslims are suffering. The struggle and sacrifices of Kashmiri people will never be wasted, Inshallah these struggles and sacrifices will one day come to fruition and Kashmiri people will succeed in their goal and live the life of freedom.

Kashmiris are being helpless by Indian oppression – Former Law Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

He said that Kashmir is the lifeblood of Pakistan and the hearts of Kashmiris always beat with Pakistanis. Barrister Arshad Abdullah, a senior leader of Jamiat ulema-e-Islam and former provincial law minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, said in a press statement with International Global Times Media Europe on the occasion of Kashmir Solidarity Day that Indian forces martyred millions of innocent Kashmiris, thousands of women Widowed, millions of children got orphaned, Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced, millions of Indian troops are constantly massacring Kashmiris, but our rulers are still begging the United Nations for independence and self-determination, the Modi government’s aggression on the bloodshed of unarmed Kashmiris reached its climax. He said that the story of Kashmiri people resisting and struggling in the fire of oppression and barbarism in India is a shining message of freedom and liberation from class oppression not only for Kashmiris but also for future generations.

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