RAWALPINDI: A week-long photographic exhibition in association with Kashmir Solidarity Day started at the Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC). The exhibition illustrates the human rights abuse committed by the Indian armed forces in Kashmir.
Tahira Aurangzeb-Member of National Assembly (MNA) launched the exhibition, which was attended by former RAC Director Naheed Manzoor, RAC Director Waqar Ahmed and a large number of people.
The exhibition highlighted over 100 pictures displaying the human rights violations by the Indian security forces after the killing of Burhan Wani.
Addressing during the launch ceremony, Tahira Aurangzeb said that Kashmir is a critical part of the dispute between India and Pakistan, and the world community should play its role in ending human rights violations in Kashmir and make sure India implements the United Nations resolution to give Kashmiris their right to self-determination.
Moreover, RAC Director Waqar Ahmed said the photographic exhibition was part of an awareness campaign about the brutality of Indian forces in Kashmir who are fighting for their legitimate cause.