A protest rally denouncing the Indian government’s decision to hold the G-20 Summit in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) took place in Islamabad on Monday. Led by Chairperson of the Peace and Culture organization and Mushaal Hussein Mullick, the wife of incarcerated Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik, the rally garnered significant participation from individuals carrying placards and banners adorned with anti-India slogans. Commencing from Zero Point and culminating at the National Press Club, the protestors expressed their concerns over the violation of international regulations by the Modi regime. In an exclusive interview with Radio Pakistan correspondent Bilal Mehsud, Mushaal Mullick urged Pakistanis and Kashmiris worldwide to join forces in raising their voices against the illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir and the persistent human rights abuses in the region.
Challenging the Venue Choice
The protesters voiced their strong opposition to the selection of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir as the venue for the G-20 Summit. By organizing the summit in this internationally recognized disputed area, the Indian government blatantly disregards international rules and regulations, further exacerbating tensions in the region.
A Display of Discontent
Amid the protest rally, the demonstrators prominently displayed their discontent through an array of placards and banners bearing powerful anti-India slogans. Their collective voice resounded with a resolute determination to draw attention to the ongoing human rights violations and illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir.
International Obligations Ignored
The rally participants reiterated the fact that the Modi regime’s decision to hold the G-20 Summit in IIOJK showcases a clear defiance of international obligations. By choosing to convene the summit in a disputed territory, India undermines the principles of diplomacy and disregards the aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Urging Global Solidarity
Mushaal Mullick, the prominent organizer of the protest rally, delivered a passionate plea to Pakistanis and Kashmiris worldwide. She implored them to unite and raise their voices against the illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir, as well as the relentless human rights violations persisting in the region. Mullick emphasized the importance of global solidarity in highlighting the plight of the Kashmiri people and compelling the international community to take decisive action.
The protest rally held in Islamabad showcased the growing discontent among Pakistanis and Kashmiris over India’s decision to hold the G-20 Summit in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The demonstrators highlighted the violation of international regulations by the Modi regime and demanded an end to the illegal occupation and human rights abuses in the region. With Mushaal Mullick’s impassioned call for global solidarity, it is evident that the struggle for justice and freedom for the people of Jammu and Kashmir will continue until their voices are heard and their rights are restored.