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Social media turns red in solidarity with Indian occupied Kashmir

After the Indian government revoked Article 370 of the constitution which granted special status to Indian occupied Kashmir, thousands have taken to social media to show their support and stand with the citizens of the disputed valley.

On Monday, the Modi government rushed through a presidential decree to abolish Article 370, which revoked the special status granted to occupied Kashmir and made the state a Union Territory with the legislature.

Pakistan’s foreign ministry in its statement said, “No unilateral step by the government of India can change this disputed status… As the party to this international dispute, Pakistan will exercise all possible options to counter the illegal steps.”

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan chair Mehdi Hasan in its statement said, “With the gathering storm, the physical security and fundamental rights of Kashmiri citizens on both sides of the border are at stake. Their safety and rights must not be barefacedly trampled.”

Hashtags such as #RedForKashmir, #BleedForKashmir, #StandWithKashmir and #KashmirUnderThreat have been floating around on social media by users to express their solidarity with the people of Kashmir.

Users have urged others to change their displays on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to red to show their support.




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