Threats of Violence on Kashmir Solidarity Day: Activists Targeted by Pakistan-backed Group.
Threats Of Violence On Kashmir Solidarity Day: A disturbing video has emerged on social media, showing a man threatening violence against activists planning to protest on Kashmir Solidarity Day, February 5.
The man, purportedly linked to a Pakistan-backed terrorist organization, vows to mobilize hundreds to attack protesters in Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK).
As global activists prepare to raise their voices for POK’s rights, tensions escalate with this open challenge to dissent.
‘Be it Moscow people or Ram people…’ Threatened to attack those protesting on Kashmir Solidarity Day.
On February 5, many activists around the world will protest and raise their voices for the rights of the people of Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir (POK).
Let us tell you that this day is also Kashmir Solidarity Day against which protests will be held.
Amidst all this, a video has surfaced on social media ‘X’ (formerly Twitter), in which people have been threatened not to protest on that day.
In the video, a man can be seen claiming that he will roam around the PoK area with hundreds of people and attack the protesters and no one will be able to stop them.
The description posted along with the video claims that the man belongs to a Pakistan-backed terrorist organization.
The person gave an open challenge in the video.
In the video, a person is seen saying, ‘In protest on February 5, whether it is the people of Moscow or any other organization, I openly declare that I will enter the city with hundreds of my people, and If anyone can stop me then stop me.
Meanwhile, many activists across the world have announced to protest against celebrating Kashmir Solidarity Day.
Earlier, political parties like the United Kashmir People’s National Party (UKPNP) in solidarity with the United Awami Action Committee (AAC) had organized a protest at the Pakistan High Commission in London on February 5 to mark the so-called ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’.
Demands will be raised at the international level.
The protests will raise the demands of the people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (POK) at the international level.
Speaking to the media, UKPNP spokesperson Nazir Aziz Khan said, ‘The February 5 protest is an attack on the people of POK by UKPNP and AAC.
There will be an effort to call out the Pakistani regime for the ongoing atrocities.
The protest aims to show solidarity and support for the AAC and people’s rights movement in PoK and the AAC in PoK has announced a complete shutdown and wheel-jam strike in PoK on 5 February.
If demands are not met by 5th February.
Earlier, human rights activist Amjad Ayub Mirza had said that if the demands of the people of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Gilgit-Baltistan were not met by February 5.
Then the political exiles living abroad would have the power to get the rights of the exiled nationals of PoK. There will be no option other than forming the government.
Mirza said reducing taxes on electricity bills in PoK or reducing wheat prices in Gilgit-Baltistan is not enough.
He demanded that Pakistan withdraw its troops from PoK and PoGB and allow the assemblies of the occupied territories to become fully sovereign.