By Our Staff Reporter
Lahore: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has strongly condemned the state-sponsored terrorism of Indian army in occupied Kashmir. He has expressed a deep sense of sorrow over the martyrdom of Kashmiris and extended sympathies to the bereaved heirs. He has said that the Indian army has crossed every limit of barbarity and cruelty and innocent Kashmiris are subjected to severe bloodshed. The more Indian barbarism and torture is condemned, the less it would be, he added.
He said that India cannot weaken the freedom movement of the Kashmiris through state-sponsored terrorism. He said that a desire for freedom has been further strengthened in the Kashmiri people in the wake of Indian subjugation. India should realize that it could not suppress the Kashmiris freedom movement by subjecting them to worst torture. The international community should also wake up from deep slumber and play its role in stopping the brutal activities of the Indian armed forces in occupied Kashmir, the Chief Minister concluded.
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