Millions of Pakistanis gathered in major cities and elsewhere on Friday in response to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call to express solidarity with the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir.
The prime minister led the nation to observe the’ Kashmir Hour’ in solidarity with the Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) people.
The Prime minister went out of his office at the Secretariat of the Prime Minister to speak to the protesters on his call who had gathered there.
“Pakistan is standing by Kashmiris and we will stand by Kashmir until our last breath,” he said, emphasizing the need to comprehend the extremist ideology of the RSS that fosters hatred of Muslims.
He drew similarities between the Nazi party of Hitler and the RSS, of which Narendra Modi is a lifelong part.
“They think a lesson should be taught to Muslims. That they are not equal Indian citizens. The whole world is seeing what is happening in Kashmir.” He said that if they were non-Muslims, the whole world would have supported Kashmiris.
“When I said I’m going to become Kashmir’s ambassador, I intended I’m going to battle the situation of Kashmir at every forum.” In his view, the prime minister said peace for the New York Times had revealed the RSS that he said was not only harmful to Muslims, but also a danger to other groups including Christians.
The Kashmir Solidarity Hour commenced from 12:00, in which sirens were sounded all across the country. The national anthem of Pakistan and national anthem of Azad Jammu and Kashmir was also played.
During national anthems, all the people and vehicles come to a standstill and traffic signals remained red.