ISPR releases new song to pay tribute to Kashmiris on eve of Youm-e-Istehsal
Inter-services Public Relations has released a new song as a tribute to the brave people of Kashmir and their relentless struggle for Freedom.
The Army’s media wing has released the song as Pakistan marks August 5 as Youm -e- Istehsal against illegal occupation and barbarism of Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir.
In the song titled “Ja Chor dey meri Waadi,” the first time a Kashmiri has played the lead role.
The song starts with the clock ticking that marks 365 days since August 5, 2019, when India had put Kashmiris under lockdown. Kashmiris are braving the worst kind of India barbarism and lockdown for a year but their resolve for freedom remains undeterred.
India can take out the eyesight but not the dream of freedom from Kashmiris.
The situation in Kashmir is also a big question mark on so-called champions of human rights in the world as Kashmiris are waiting for the world’s support to exercise their right of self-determination given to them by the United Nations.