Pakistan's Embassy in Kabul remained successful on Wednesday in holding the Kashmir Solidarity Day event despite obstacles being created from the Afghan authorities.
The meeting of the media strategy committee will be held under the chair of PM Imran Khan which will be attended by the government and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders, sources said.
Kashmir Solidarity Day is observed on February 5
Exhibitions and photo competitions on Kashmir issue will be held across the country
While talking to media in Islamabad, Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Pakistan People's Party (PPP) had already accepted the politics of sit-ins is disastrous to the democracy.
The premier made the statement while addressing an event of human chain on 'Kashmir Day' formed from the Convention Centre to D-Chowk to show solidarity with Kashmiris.
Kashmir Day is being observed today to highlight the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir, which illegally and unilaterally annexed on August 5.
Kashmir Day is being observed today to express solidarity with the people in India-occupied Kashmir against Indian brutalities.
No one would be allowed to steal the right to self-determination from Kashmiris, the minister said.