Kashmiris to observe black day on Modi's visit to IIOJK on Sunday: AJK PM.

MIRPUR (AJK) -- Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan on Saturday while terming BJP's Hindutva ideology as a threat to regional peace has said that it was imperative that the United Nations should play its due role in resolving the lingering Kashmir dispute.

Talking to Journalists in the federal metropolis, the PM said that the Hindu supremacist regime which believes in Akhand Baharat and promotes Hindutva poses a serious threat to peace and stability in South Asia. He said that it was high time that the international community, particularly the UN, should come forward in a big way to resolve the Kashmir dispute that happens to be the main cause of unrest in the region.

Seeking the international community's urgent attention towards the simmering situation in the region, he questioned that 'If there could be a referendum in South Sudan and East Timor, why not in Kashmir.'

Referring to Modi's Kashmir visit, the AJK PM said 'Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC) will observe April 24 as black day as a mark of protest against Modi's visit to Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).'

'Protests and rallies will be held in Azad Kashmir and Occupied Kashmir against India's forcible occupation of the territory,' the PM said adding that Modi could not hoodwink the world thereby visiting region in the presence of over 800,000 troops.

Terming Indian Army as the murderers of Kashmiri people, he said 'The Indian Army is involved in the genocide of innocent Kashmiris.'

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