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Rallies held to express solidarity with Kashmiris in Mardan

Speakers condemned Indian atrocities in Kashmir and said that Kashmir was jugular vein of the Pakistan
INP
MARDAN
Functions and rallies were held across the district on Monday to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir.
In city the rally was arranged by Markaz-e-Tanzeem-e-Tajiran (MTT) Mardan.
The rally started from the office of Mardan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MC CI). A large number of traders and people from various walks of life attended the rally.
After passing through different roads of the City, the participants of the rally gathered at in front of Mardan Press Club. The participants held banners and placards inscribed with anti-India and pro-Kashmir slogans.
Speaking on the occasion speakers said that Kashmir was the jugular vein of Pakistan and the country would remain incomplete if it was not freed from the clutches of India.
They strongly criticized the rulers for not supporting the Kashmir cause. They said that thousands of Kashmiri youth have sacrificed their lives for the freedom of Kashmir and thousands of Kashmiri women were molested by the Indian troops, they said.
The members of the Difa-e-Pakistan Council (DPC), local chapter also took out rally in connection to mark the day. The protesters carried placards and banners inscribed with slogans against Indian occupation of Kashmir
The rally started from the Bacha Khan Chowk and culminated at the Mardan Press Club.
Addressing the protesters outside the Mardan Press Club (MPC), DPC senior leaders Mohammad Khalid, Rashid Iqbal, Shahid, Yousaf Shah Aryani advocate.
Asiya Andrabi also addressed the rally through cell phone.
The speakers condemned Indian atrocities in Kashmir and said that Kashmir was jugular vein of the Pakistan. He said the Indian forces were engaged in state terrorism and brutalities against innocent people of Kashmir.
She said India, which claims to be largest democracy in the world, had occupied Kashmir unjustly. Meanwhile different organization and the people from various walks of life took out separate rallies and seminar to expresses solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir.



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