Kashmiris vow to break chains of slavery: Fawad Chaudhry

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ISLAMABAD: Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has said that Kashmiris have vowed to break the chains of slavery as a protest will be held in occupied Kashmir today.
In his tweet, Fawad Chaudhry said that “after the Friday prayers there will be a call for strong protests in the occupied valley. Kashmiris have vowed to break the chains of slavery.”

He added, “Pakistan stands on the back of Kashmiris, we are with them in the struggle for Kashmiri. And that long struggle is now over.”
A call for protest has been made by the Hurriyat leaders in occupied Kashmir. Protests are scheduled to be held in Germany and France as well. In Brussels, the Kashmir Council Europe will also be staging a protest,
Curfew in the occupied territory has entered the 19th day. Stores are shut, roads are empty and communication lines are still cut off. Kashmiris are restricted from using cellphones, internet, and Television Indian Army soldiers are stationed across the valley.
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