Whole nation has emerged as one, this Friday the nation of Pakistan has gathered at 12 noon around their work places, business areas, and important buildings to demonstrate solidarity with Kashmiri brethren.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has also written an important opinion on Kashmir issue in New York Times.
As ambassador for the people of Kashmir I am going to expose the oppression & gross human rights violations of the fascist Modi regime against the brave Kashmiri people. The western world doesn’t understand the RSS agenda inspired by Nazi Germany. https://t.co/SZ8F6t5CVL
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) August 30, 2019
We, as an observer lightens on what the world has to say and what are their opinions in this matter;
Al Jazeera reported
Huge crowds in Pakistan have backed the prime minister’s call for a nationwide show of solidarity for people in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Cities across the country have observed what PM Imran Khan labelled “Kashmir hour”. It will be held every Friday from noon.
Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty reported
Pakistanis poured onto the streets to show their solidarity with the people of the disputed region of Indian-administered Kashmir.
In the capital, Islamabad, demonstrators waved Azad Kashmiri and Pakistani flags on August 30, as they heeded Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call for “a solidarity hour” at noon. Khan has called for weekly rallies to support Kashmir.
The News International reported
Millions of Pakistanis gathered in major cities and elsewhere on Friday to express solidarity with the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir in response to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s call.
Pakistanis brought the nation to a standstill at midday Friday as they gathered for “Kashmir hour” to show their solidarity with the disputed region, after India stripped the state of Jammu and Kashmir of its autonomy and reclassified it as a union territory earlier this month.
India’s move was highly contentious and one that will give the government in New Delhi greater authority over the disputed Muslim-majority region.
The national anthems of both Pakistan and Kashmir blared across TV and radio stations on Friday, according to Reuters, and traffic and trains were brought to a halt as people gathered between 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. local time.
Team Pak Spirit
Nation of Pakistan have shown its greatest unity and harmony with the fellow Kashmiris. As the nation marched on the call of Prime Minister Imran Khan to reserve half hour on every up coming Fridays for their Kashmiri brothers and their families.
We as a nation stand with our Kashmiri brothers and will not back down until unless this matter of dispute will resolve in the manner the Kashmir wants.