As India completes one year since the abrogation of Article 370, Pakistan will observe one-minute silence across the country to extend ‘Solidarity’ to Kashmiri people, in yet another attempt to rake up the Kashmir issue.
Mass rallies and peace walks are planned on the day, according to Radio Pakistan. Last year, Pakistan made several attempts to intervene in the Kashmir issue, with Pakistan PM Imran Khan nominating himself as the ‘ambassador’ of the Indian state.
A moment of silence for these 3.. pic.twitter.com/ZTzuAyhvQ5
— Naila Inayat नायला इनायत (@nailainayat) July 31, 2020
Great ! If u r silent for a year , all world terrorism issues will get automatically solved !!!
— That’s perfect (@Thats_Perfect22) August 1, 2020
1 minute is a good start.
Why don't they observe a lifetime of silence?
— Sheila (@sheila22941708) July 31, 2020
Pakistan’s Failed Attempts To Rake Up Kashmir Issue
Since India abrogated Article 370, Pakistan has not stopped raising the issue at international platforms, despite several unsuccessful attempts. This, despite India making it clear more than once that the issue is India’s internal matter.
While Pakistan continues to sponsor cross-border terrorism in the valley, Pakistan PM Imran Khan has levelled serious allegations on the Indian government and has even peddled fake news about India forces in the valley. Khan has repeatedly fearmongered and peddled fake news on Kashmir’s ground situation. He has also faced defeat on an international scale after he called for global mediation into the bilateral issue.
Source: Free Press Journal