Ongoing situation compelled Pakistan to keep Kashmir on priority: Aasiya
Endorses strike call for today
Srinagar, July 17: Chairperson Dukhtaran-e-Millat, Syeda Aasiya Andrabi, on Saturday said the ongoing protests in the Valley has compelled Pakistan to keep Kashmir on priority during the recent foreign secretary level talks.
In a statement, Aasiya hailed Pakistan for stressing to discuss core issue of Jammu and Kashmir during the foreign secretaries talks. “Our ongoing indigenous movement for right to self-determination has compelled Pakistan to take the long-standing issue with India again,” she said.
“At this crucial juncture, it is the responsibility of people from all walks of life and status to carry forward the movement to its logical conclusion,” she said.
Aasiya appealed people to make the Hurriyat (G) program successful and observe a complete shutdown on July 18, Sunday. She also appealed the Imams of local Masjids to led protests after every prayers.
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