WEB DESK: It seems like the death of Kashmiri freedom fighter, Burhan Wani by the hands of Indian army, earlier this month has reignited the Kashmir Freedom Movement.
Kashmiris from all walks of life especially the youth came to social media to express their disgust over the atrocities carried out by the Indian forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). This led to information blackout in Kashmir, reported The Guardian. The social media giant Facebook itself came under fire for censoring dozens of pro Kashmir posts and user accounts.
But despite all the censorship, it is hard to crush the voice of Kashmir, as Jibran Nasir, a common Pakistani has prepared images under the Facebook page ‘Never Forget Pakistan.’ These images reveal the barbarity carried on by the Indian army, and are breaking the internet.
“The stories in the letters are real. The names signed under the letter are real. Just the victim you see in the picture is not real. Does that make the tragedies more important?” mentions ‘Never Forget Pakistan’ alongside the pictures where they are posted on Facebook.