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Pak to use modern media tools to expose Indian atrocities in Kashmir: Afridi

The head of Pakistan government’s panel on Kashmir has said that Islamabad was ‘planning to use mordern media tools to highlight Indian atrocities in its administered Kashmir’, media reports noted on Saturday. 

“We need to emphasise on present and future strategies to raise Kashmir dispute at all the international forums,” 

Shehryar Khan Afridi, the chairman of Imran Khan government’s Kashmir Committee, said. 

“The world needs to hold India’s Hindutva regime accountable for genocide of Kashmiris,” he said.

Afridi, who expressed these views while addressing the participants of a seminar titled ‘’Kashmir back to the international spotlight: What next’’ in Islamabad,  also urged all political parties in his country to join hands to supplement what he called ‘the government’s offensive on Kashmir dispute’.

The event was presided by Azad Jammu Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan.

Afridi said that Kashmir Committee was working to evolve strategy to counter Indian bids to silence and sensor pro-Kashmiri voices on digital arena and the political parties should join forces to develop a holistic strategy to expose the Kashmiri genocide agenda of Modi regime in India.

“We need to ensure that all irritants are removed so as access to information on Kashmir must be accessible to every youth of Pakistan and Kashmir on digital space,” he said.

Afridi said the academia role needs to be showcased for effective narrative building on Kashmir through better research and protection of archives.

Afridi said that since India under its ‘genocide plan’ was trying to damage and destroy Kashmiri culture and heritage. “We are working on securing, safeguarding and projecting the culture and heritage of Kashmir,” Afridi, who is a close aide of PM Khan, said.

He said that Pakistan was working to use modern media tools to expose Indian atrocities being committed in Indian-administered Kashmir.

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