Pakistan Army launches new song to mark ‘Youm-e-Istehsal’ from Kashmir

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RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army’s media branch, Inter-Services Public Relations, published on Sunday, a few days ahead of 5 August 2020, a year of repression and brutal curfew imposed by India in the Muslim-majority valley, “a tribute to the brave Cashmir people and their relentless struggle for independence.”
Titled “Ja Chor Day Meri Waadi” — Leave My Valley Alone — the ISPR song praises Kashmir, its freedom fighters and its decades-long battle for the right to self-determination.
Sung by popular classical singer Shafqat Amanat Ali, the song recalls the aggression and violence at the hands of Indian forces against Kashmir and its citizens, supported by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In a summary of the song, the ISPR noted that it is “in solidarity with the Kashmiris” and was published ahead of “5th Aug 20 marks which is a year of repeal of Article 370 and lockdown & curfew in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK).”
“The insurgency in Kashmir, the deprivation of Kashmir and the abuses of human rights by the Indian Army were highlighted,” he said.

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