Pak doctors stage protest in solidarity with Kashmiris

Pak doctors stage protest in solidarity with Kashmiris

Srinagar: Muslim Medical Mission (MMS), a Pakistan-based organization of medical professionals on Monday held a protest demonstration to express solidarity with Kashmiri Muslims at Lahore press club. The protesters also decried the detention of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed and other leaders.
Professors, doctors of different hospitals and students of medical department participated in the demonstration. They carried placards containing text against Indian aggression in Kashmir.
Coordinator MMS Dr Nasir Hamdani, Dr Khawar Iqbal, Dr Asim Saifullah, Dr Abdul Rauf, Dr Muhammad Ali and others addressed to demonstration. They said that Indian army has crossed the limit of cruelty and barbarity in Kashmir. Eyes of hundreds of Kashmiris have been lost after martyrdom of Burhan Wani. Thousands of Kashmiris have been injured and they have no healthcare facilities. Indian army is torturing injured people.
They strongly condemned the detention of Hafiz Muhammad Saeed and demanded his ikmmediate release. “Ameer Jamaat ud Dawa (JuD) Hafiz Muhammad Saeed raised strong voice against Indian state terrorism and announced to observe 2017 for Kashmir. He arranged programs of doctors, traders, students and other departments. Government detained him on the pressure of Modi Government,” they said.
MMS Leaders also demanded that government of Pakistan must send meals, medicines and other items of necessities to Kahsmir like Freedom Flotilla. “Doctors are ready to go to Kashmir for providing healthcare facilities to palette victims and other injured Kashmiris,” they added.
“It is our duty to help oppressed Kashmiris. Kashmiris comprehend Pakistan as their biggest advocate. They are burying their martyrs in Pakistani flag. It is need of the hour to send immediate help to them,” they said.

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