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Support stir in Kashmir, says Pakistan PM

Support stir in Kashmir, says Pakistan PM

Saeed said he would dedicate 2018 to "Kashmiris who are struggling for freedom".

He said the issue will remain alive till its peaceful resolution as per the aspirations of the Kashmiri people and the United Nations resolutions.

Every year, on February 5, Kashmir Solidarity Day is widely marked across Pakistan and by Kashmiri nationalists worldwide, holding special programs. "We welcome the global monitoring teams to our centres".

He said the dream of peace and prosperity in the region will remain elusive without resolving the Kashmir dispute.

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The event was organized by Kashmir Council Europe (KC-EU) in order to express solidarity with people of Kashmir suffering from crimes committed by Indian occupation forces for the last seven decades. "You can close your eyes, pretend nothing happened but they (Pakistan) have to realise what's in front of them and take action against such people", said Raveesh Kumar, the ministry's spokesman. He reaffirmed the steadfast support of the people and government of Pakistan extended to the Kashmiri brothers and sisters in their struggle to achieve their inherent right to decide their future through self-determination on the occasion of solidarity.

Kashmiris considered themselves Pakistani and wanted to live under the Pakistani flag, he added.

Pakistan PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi addressed the legislative assembly of Pakistan-controlled Kashmir to mark "Kashmir Day" on Monday and urged lawmakers and politicians to continue supporting the struggle of Kashmir's people under "Indian occupation".

According to the Pakistan Railways, special posters regarding rights of Kashmiri people and Indian atrocities in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir were displayed on four trains.

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