Bilawal Bhutto renews resolve to continue backing Kashmiris
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Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in his message on Black Day against the Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir has reiterated the resolve to continue backing Kashmiris in their struggle.
The foreign minister paid tribute to the Kashmiris for making sacrifices in the fight for the right to self-determination. He said October 27 was the darkest day in the history of India which emerged as the worst dictator and colonialist country in the world 75 years ago.
After building the world's largest prison, India is now trying to make the occupied Kashmir the largest cemetery, he said, adding that despite 75 years of oppression, India has failed to suppress the freedom movement of Kashmiris.
Delhi’s use of brutal force claimed 100,000 lives of Kashmiris and left thousands disappeared, he said, adding that the world should play a due role in barring India from violating human rights in the occupied Kashmir.
The international community should fulfil its promise of a referendum in Kashmir, he stressed, adding that Pakistan will continue to support Kashmiris' right to self-determination at moral, political and diplomatic levels.