Pak Friends Austria held a protest in front of the Indian Embassy in Vienna

VIENNA: On the occasion of Kashmir Solidarity Day on 5 February Pak Friends Austria held a protest in front of the Indian Embassy in Vienna, the capital of Austria.

Allama Ghulam Mustafa Baloch, President of Pak Friends Austria and Prof. Shaukat Awan, President of Kashmir Affairs Committee, led a peaceful protest in front of the Indian Embassy in Vienna, Austria. The Pakistani and Kashmiri community gathered in front of the Indian Embassy in large numbers to express solidarity with the Kashmiri brothers and sisters against the cruel actions of India.

On this occasion, the protesters carried banners, Kashmiri flags and Pakistan flags, which featured prominently. There were messages to end the persecution in Kashmir. Mohsin Baloch recited the Holy Quran first. On this occasion, various speakers said that human rights are being violated in Kashmir and the Modi government is continuously ignoring the resolutions of the UNO. ANSWER: India has adopted a diabolical attempt to dominate innocent Kashmiris in the name of its so-called constitution through its armed forces through illegal measures.

Condemning the worst violations of human rights in Kashmir, India’s provocative actions on the civilian population, they want to draw the world’s attention to the fact that the people of Kashmir have been under Indian rule for seven decades and have been fighting for the right to self-determination for seven decades. Kashmiris, including women and children, are making sacrifices. He further said that India’s attempt to equate India’s freedom struggle with terrorism cannot deceive the world and decades of Indian oppression have undermined Kashmiris’ love for freedom has completely failed to extinguish. Pakistan will continue to extend all diplomatic, political and moral support to the people of IIOJK.

He also referred to India’s aggressive policies and hegemonic ambitions, which pose a serious threat to peace and stability in South Asia. He further said that Pakistan is committed to a peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir conflict in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the United Nations Security Council and the aspirations of the Kashmiri people. Further speakers highlighted how India’s Hindu extremist.

The JP/RSS government is bent on implementing an ethno-fascist agenda through policies aimed at changing the demographic composition of the IIOJK from a Muslim-majority to a Hindu-majority state and erasing its distinct identity. He said that Muslims and other minorities across India are suffering the consequences of the BJP/RSS plan to transform India into a Hindu Rashtra. He called upon the international community to raise its voice in support of the people of IIOJK who have been denied the right to self-determination and are victims of decades of brutal occupation by India, which claims to be the world’s largest democracy are Among the speakers who participated in it were President Pakistan Friend Austria Ghulam Mustafa Baloch, President of Kashmir Affairs Committee Professor Shaukat Awan, Azhar Shah, Malik Umeer Awan, Owais Siddiqui, Amjad Bhatti and Sufian Virak.

In the end, President Pakistan Friend Austria Ghulam Mustafa Baloch offered prayers for the Kashmiri people, Palestine and Pakistan and thanked all the people for coming to the protest.