Islamabad: Addressing a press conference at the Foreign Office on Thursday, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi declared that the government has launched a campaign whose aim will be to highlight the Kashmir issue.
With the help of this campaign, people will be able to understand more clearly about the current happenings in the occupied Kashmir. More information will be provided to them to find out some harsh and stark realities in the occupied region.
He also informed that the new campaign is going to start on January 25. And it will last for 7-8 days as per the instructions of PM Imran Khan.
“From January 25 we will launch a campaign on the print, electronic, and social media, aiming to highlight these issues (Kashmir issues) locally and internationally.”
He also asserted that “On January 27, there will be a cultural show focusing indeed, on Kashmir, at the National College of Arts, Islamabad.”
Indian army has forgotten all human rights
The struggle that Kashmiri people had been facing and are still going through will be highlighted through the picture exhibitions. Indian army has forgotten all human rights and is violating the laws by hurting the Kashmiri people.
FM stated that “Photo exhibitions will take place in major art galleries [across Pakistan], showing Kashmir’s struggle, the pellet-gun victims, the homeless, and the mujahedeen (martyrs), and a pictorial presentation of them will take place on January 28.”
Chairperson Fakhar Imam to highlight the issue
He went on saying that “On January 30, a seminar will be held in the capital that will be headed by our Kashmir committee chairperson Fakhar Imam to highlight the issue. On January 31, Imam and other members of his committee will hold a press conference here.”