Asiya Andrabi's Dukhtaran-e-Millat Hoists Pakistan Flags in Srinagar

The Dukhtaran activists hoisted Pakistani flags at some places in the city including city centre Lal Chowk.

Published: 23rd March 2016 07:54 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd March 2016 08:10 PM   |  A+A-

SRINAGAR: The activists of woman separatist group Dukhtaran-e-Millat (Daughters of Nation) on Wednesday hoisted Pakistan flags at some places including summer capital Srinagar to mark the “Pakistan Day”.

Dukhtaran chairperson Asiya Andrabi said continuing with its tradition, the outfit celebrated “Pakistan Day” today.

She said the party held many functions at various places including Srinagar, where Pakistan flags were hoisted.

The Dukhtaran activists hoisted Pakistani flags at some places in the city including city centre Lal Chowk and volatile downtown Srinagar.

The flags were later removed by the police.

Asiya’s woman outfit has been hoisting Pakistani flags on the occasion of “Pakistan Day” and Independence Day of the country.

A spokesperson of Dukhtaran said Asiya while addressing a function to celebrate “Pakistan Day” today said Pakistan founder Mohammad Ali Jinnah and Sir Mohammad Iqbal rightly felt that after British leave the subcontinent, Muslims would be subjected to the “slavery” of Hindus and demanded creation of Pakistan.

Terming Pakistan an “Islamic fort,” DeM chairperson said the unfortunate thing is that the country is yet to become a true Islamic country.

Asiya appealed the Muslims of Pakistan and religious parties like Hafiz Saeed’s Jamat-ud Dawah and Jamaat-e-Islami to work for revival of ideology of Pakistan so that the country becomes a real Islamic country and put before the whole world as a model Islamic state.

She said it was a big “conspiracy” of anti-Islam forces that J&K despite being “juggler vein” of Pakistan was not merged with it. “J&K being part of Pakistan was a reality and the world will have to make it see sooner or later”.

Asiya was booked last year under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act for unfurling the Pakistani flag and singing Pakistan national anthem on country’s independence day.


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