Pakistan Customs observe Kashmir Hour to express solidarity
KARACHI: Pakistan Customs observed Kashmir Hour on Friday to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir at across the country.
Customs officers condemning the genocide and custodial killing of Kashmir peoples at the hands of the Indian armed forced urged the world to voice against it.
They argued that the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir are witnessing the worst ever violation of human rights at the hands of the Indian armed forces.
Chief Collector Enforcement Wasif Memon, Chief Collector Surayya But, Collector Appraisement West Wajid Ali, Collector Appraisement East Nadeem Memon, Collector Preventive Dr Freed Iqbal Qureshi, Director Afghan Transit Zeba Azhar, Director Post Clearance Audit (PCA) Ashraf Ali, Additional Collectors Umar Shafiq, Amir Thaim, Farrukh Sajjad, Saeed Watto, Deputy Collectors Akbar Jaan, Falak Sher, Rana Arsalan Toseef Gorchani and others were present on the occasion.
Similarly, Chief Collector North Asif Mohd Jah, Collector Seema Raza Bukhari, Additional Collectors Mohd Ashfaq Khan and Khayyal Mohd and Deputy Collector Marriam and many others also observed the Kashmir Hour.
Moreover, Customs formations along with Chief Collector Quetta Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Chaudry, Collector Appraisement Raza Baloch, Additional Collectors Jameel Baloch, Yasim Murtaza, Riaz, Deputy Collectors Maqbool Baloch, Assistant Collectors Akmal Durrani, Saleem Tahir and Esha Rahim came out to stand on road to express solidarity with Kashmiri brethren.
Collector Appraisement Peshawar Ahsan Ali Shah, Collector Preventive Saeed Lughmani, Additional Collectors Dr. Ahsan, Ghulam Mustafa, Arbab Kaiser, Faisal Bukhari, Deputy Collector Tahir Iqbal Khattak, Assistant Collector Sajid Khan along with Customs staff observed Kashmir Hour.
Similarly, Collector MCC Lahore Amjad ur Rehman, Additional Collector Saira Agha, Deputy Collectors Rehan Akram, Asma Bashir, Palwasha, Assistant Collectors Talal Khokhar, Saima Rehman along with Principal Appraisers, Appraising Officers, Superintendents and all other staff expressed support for Kashmir.