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Gilgit Baltistan representatives condemn Indian propaganda

Gilgit Baltistan representatives condemn Indian propaganda

Gilgit Baltistan representatives condemn Indian propaganda.

They represented different organizations hailing from Gilgit-Baltistan.

Gilgit Baltistan representatives condemn Indian propaganda

While addressing a joint news conference in Islamabad on Thursday, they condemned Indian propaganda.

Particularly, they highlighted false Indian propaganda through disinfolab in European Union countries.

Moreover, they said Modi regime has been misleading international community through false propaganda.

They further said some anti-state elements have been involved in vitiating situation in Gilgit-Baltistan.

Meanwhile, Pakistan vowed to keep raising Kashmir issue at all forums worldwide.

Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir, Shehryar Khan Afridi made this pledge.

He was addressing a seminar held under the aegis of the Institute of Regional Studies and Kashmir Committee in Islamabad Wednesday.

He further said that Pakistan would keep raising Kashmir issue on all legal, human rights and political forums until and unless Kashmir dispute is resolved.

Meanwhile, Pakistan and AJK all set to observe Kashmir Solidarity Day on Feb 5.

Like across Pakistan, people in Azad Jammu & Kashmir are also preparing for the day.

The largest expatriates lake district of Mirpur also witnessed preparations.

Pakistani nation observes Kashmir Solidarity Day on February 5 to reiterate complete solidarity with the Kashmiris.

India has kept bulk part of the internationally-acknowledged disputed Himalayan state in her illegal and forcible occupation.

Lamentably, India squats the land against the aspirations wishes of the people of the state.

GTV

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