PM reaffirms Pakistan’s commitment to Kashmiri people in struggle for self-determination


ISLAMABAD : Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on Sunday has said that we reaffirm our commitment to the Kashmiri people and stand with them in their struggle for self-determination.
According to media reports in connection with Kashmir’s Accession to Pakistan Day, the premier said, “Under international law, we will continue to fight for justice for Kashmiris as they struggle against the brutal and illegal actions of the Hindutva Supremacist Indian govenrment in IOJK. I know that justice will prevail.”
“Today, we commemorate the historic occasion of Youm-i-Ilhaq-e-Pakistan, when Kashmiris passed a resolution for accession to Pakistan. Kashmiris right of self-determination is recognised by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), he added.
On the other hand, Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and across the world are observing the Accession to Pakistan Day with a renewed pledge to continue the struggle for freedom from Indian occupation and complete merger of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan.
On 19th July in 1947, genuine representatives of the Kashmiris unanimously passed the resolution of Kashmir’s Accession to Pakistan during a meeting of the All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference at the residence of Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan in Aabi Guzar area of Srinagar.
The historic resolution called for the Accession of the State of Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistan in view of its existing religious, geographical, cultural and economic proximity to Pakistan and aspirations of millions of Kashmiri Muslims.
They took the decision of joining Pakistan to protect their political religious, social, cultural and economic rights, as they were well aware of their fate under Hindus who had deep seated animosity for Muslims in Jammu and Kashmir.