Tribesmen hold anti-India rallies


PESHAWAR: Activists of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Bajaur Agency chapter, on Sunday took out a rally in Mamond tehsil in support of Pakistan Army and condemned the Indian government’s anti-Pakistan rhetoric.
Led by PTI leaders from Bajaur Agency including Gul Zafar Khan and Muhammad Saleem, the participants of the rally chanted ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans and criticised Indian atrocities in held-Kashmir committed by the Indian forces against innocent Kashmiris.
The rally turned into a massive gathering at Inayat Killay Bazaar.
Speaking on the occasion, Gul Zafar Khan stressed that Kashmir was an integral part of Pakistan and no force on earth could stop it from becoming part of Pakistan.
Other speakers said that the trbspeople would not shy away from offering sacrifice of their lives if India ever dared to attack the homeland.
They assured the military leadership of their unfettered and firm support for the country’s security forces.
Meanwhile, the workers of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) took out a rally in Sadda, Kurram Agency, in support of Pakistan Army and against Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir.
A huge number of JUI-F workers participated in the rally. They were carrying placards and banners and chanting slogans against India.
The speakers asserted that they could go to any length to earn freedom for the Kashmiris.
The participants of the rally also set the effigy of Indian premier Narendra Modi on fire.