Now this world is free, then why am I not free?


For seven decades, the Kashmiri people have been asking the same question, why am I not free when the whole world is free?

The biggest and most important problem that Pakistan faced after independence is the Kashmir issue which has not been resolved so far only due to the stubbornness of India.
Pakistan has always tried to resolve this issue through dialogue in a friendly atmosphere but war-mad India is somehow busy creating an atmosphere of war.

On August 6 last year, the lower house of India passed the Constitutional Amendment Bill to abolish the separate status of Kashmir. The relevant "Jammu and Kashmir Organization New Bill, 2019" was passed by a majority vote. Addressing the Lok Sabha, Indian Home Minister Amit Shah said that Article 370 does not unite Jammu and Kashmir with India but separates it.


Since then, India has imposed an indefinite curfew there and all communications have been cut off, while all educational institutions have been closed indefinitely. However, in occupied Kashmir, despite the ban on lock-down movement, internet and mobile phone services, there have been continuous public demonstrations against the Indian government in which Kashmiri youth are being martyred and women's dignity is being trampled on.

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