Pakistan will continue to raise voice for suppressed people of occupied Kashmir: PM Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan has reiterated that he will keep on raising voice for the suppressed people of occupied Kashmir, who have been under a restrictive lockdown for the past twenty nine days.
Addressing the International Sikh Convention in Lahore, he expressed his concerns over the situation in occupied Kashmir and said that no one, who has any humanity left, can tolerate the current situation in occupied Kashmir.
The Prime Minister said we can never accept that India is placing eight million people under lockdown for twenty-nine days and cut off all communication.
He said that the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is following a totalitarian and racist ideology that is not in accordance with the teachings of any religion.
Imran Khan said what is happening with Muslims right now in India will not stop here if they are not stopped and they will come after the Dalits and one day come after the Sikhs.
The Prime Minister also announced that his government would issue multiple and on-arrival visas to the Sikh community and provide them maximum possible facilities during pilgrimage to their holy sites in Pakistan.

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