The Pakistani national anthem and an anthem for Kashmir played across television and radio, while traffic came to a standstill, traffic lights were switched off and trains stopped,
Cities around Pakistan came to a standstill on Friday as tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets in a government-led demonstration of solidarity with the disputed region of Kashmir, after India revoked its autonomy this month.
The call to join protests on Friday repeated earlier demands from Khan for Pakistanis to begin holding weekly nationwide rallies until the prime minister departs for the United Nations General Assembly next month, where he vowed to act as an ambassador for all Kashmiris.
Sheikh Mohamed received a phone call from the Pakistani leader, during which they exchanged views on the latest regional and international developments and issues of common concern.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that people in Indian-administered Kashmir were living under curfew for almost four weeks since New Delhi downgraded Kashmir's autonomy on Aug.5 and imposed a security clampdown to prevent any violence.
Lockdown in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) is one of the worst instances of human rights violations, Imran said as he met families of martyrs and those injured in ceasefire violations across the LoC on Friday.
'I have informed the world that Pakistan does not want war, but at the same time, Pakistan cannot remain oblivious to the challenges posed to its security,' says PM Imran Khan
Prime Minster Imran Khan has advised the Pakistani youth that they should not fear failure or criticism if they want to be successful in their life.
The first one-on-one meeting of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and US president Donald Trump in the White House on Monday marked a new beginning in the complicated relationship between the two countries. It’s no secret that the US and Pakistan haven’t seen eye-to-eye over the last few years. Since the Cold War, diplomacy has been strained; events like 9/11 almost stretched them beyond breaking point.
People of Pakistan are fortunate that they finally have Imran Khan as their leader who can run the country with honesty and dignity (“Imran inaugurates ‘Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme’” May 5, Gulf Today). Where there’s a will, there’s a way. There is a history of a man whose name is Imran Khan