The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS) Lahore and its all campuses observed Kashmir Solidarity Day in a befitting manner to express solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir on Monday. Various activities including a walk, a seminar, prayer for the martyrs/for peace and debate were arranged to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people.
UVAS Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad led the walk at the city campus while a number of students from different departments of UVAS, faculty members and administrative staff participated. The participants of the walk were waving the flags of Pakistan & Kashmir. The walk started from the VC office and culminated in front of the Administration block lawn after taking the round of the city campus. The day was observed to highlight the sufferings of the Kashmiri people and to commemorate solidarity with the Kashmir movement.
Speaking on the occasion, Vice-Chancellor Prof Nasim Ahmed said that Kashmiri people have been facing brutality by the Indian army for the last 75 years. He also paid homage to Kashmiri martyrs. He said sacrifices of martyrs will not go waste and it must bring revolution. He condemned the illegal deployment of a large number of Indian army in Kashmir to suppress Kashmiris independence movement. We stand with Kashmiri people and soon “Kashmir will become Pakistan,” he added.
Similar activities of Kashmir Solidarity Day were arranged at UVAS all campuses including Ravi Campus Pattoki, Collage of Veterinary & Animal Sciences Jhang, Khan Bahadur Chaudhary Mushtaq Ahmad Para-Veterinary College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Narowal (KBCMA-CVAS) Narowal and Para Veterinary Institute Karor Lal Eason Layyah Campus.