ISPR Releases Emotional Tribute Song For The Brave People Of Kashmir

On Kashmir Siege Day, which can fall on August 5, the Inter-Services PR (ISPR) has released a tribute anthem for the brave people of Kashmir.

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On Kashmir Siege Day, which can fall on August 5, the Inter-Services PR (ISPR) has released a tribute anthem for the brave people of Kashmir.

The beautiful valley of Kashmir goes through the worst crisis in over 4 decades. With the Indian government repealing Article 370 of the constitution, removing Kashmir’s special status, the valley has remained in lockdown.

Constant military pressure, censorship, and paid media campaigns have nulled the Kashmiri spirits. However, Pakistan continues to point out support for Indian Occupied Kashmiri, challenging the established order at every turn.

Now, the ISPR has released another beautiful track to point out support for Kashmir and Kashmiris. The track titled: “Chor Day Meri Waadi” is quite just an anthem. it’s a plead from the people of Kashmir, asking the Indians to go away their homeland.

The lyrics of the track speak of how within the last 72 years, Kashmiris are suffering from the Indian army with harsh brutalities being conducted. It talks about how the international world has remained averse to Kashmir’s plea.

The tyrannical Indian force, through the anthem, is being asked to go away Kashmir. “Jaa chor day meri waadi, hum jeetenge, azaadi”. For 72 years, Kashmir has remained a bone of contention between Pakistan and India. However, after the removal of Article 370, Kashmir seems a campaign .

Pakistanis on the web are being vocal in their support for Kashmir, sharing the new track which has been sung by the legendary Shafqat Amanat Ali Khan. “Apni taaqat mein jhool gaya, yeh baat to zaalim bhool gaya” – these lyrics speak volumes about the how the resilient people of Kashmir are able to counter the forceful Indian agenda at every step.

Even though Pakistan has many internal problems, Kashmir remains a top priority for the country. From regional to the international stage, the country has spoken about the plight of Kashmiris and their rights.

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