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Protest against the Indian atrocities was arranged at National Telecommunication Corporation HQs Islamabad

 

Protest against the Indian atrocities was arranged at National Telecommunication Corporation HQs Islamabad today as per instructions of the Prime Minister. The protest was lead by MD NTC Brig ® Viqar Rashid Khan. Participants displayed charts and banners in solidarity with Kashmiris. Employees gathered for a stand still outside the building of NTC HQs and raised slogans against Indian austerities. National anthems of Pakistan and Kashmir were also played at the occasion. Later, the protesters marched towards Prime Minister Secretariat to listen the speech of Prime Minister of Pakistan.

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