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Pakistani Celebrities Stand With Kashmir against Indian Brutalities. Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK) placed large parts of the region under lockdown early on Monday while India sent in tens of thousands of additional troops and traded accusations of clashes with Pakistan along the Line of Control (LoC).

Communications were cut, with private mobile networks, internet services and telephone landlines cut.

Soon after the tensions escalated, hashtag #StandWithKashmir started trending on Twitter and many came out to voice their support for Kashmiris.

Pakistani Celebrities such as Mawra Hocane, Hamza Ali Abbasi, Mahira Khan, Feroze Khan and others raised their concerns over the ongoing situation.

“I appeal to all Pakistani artists, especially those with the most following on social media, ask yourselves with utmost sincerity that why do you not raise a voice for KASHMIR? Is it because you genuinely think it won’t make a difference?” said Hamza Ali Abbasi.

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“If in your heart you realise that there is zulm (barbarity) on a mass scale in our very backyard and you should raise a voice (that’s the least we can do) but you still stay silent, then remember that this fan following will become your biggest trial and you will be answerable for this silence in front of your Lord,” conlcluded Abbasi.

Mawra Hocane, Armeena Khan, Veena Malik, Feroz Khan, Mehwish Hayat, Ali Rehman Khan and many other celebrities took to Twitter to raise their voice as .

The use of cluster bombs in Kashmir is in clear violation of the Geneva Convention. There is no justification for it whatsoever. These are simple war crimes – the world has to wake up and put a stop to these atrocities NOW!

The use of cluster bombs in Kashmir is in clear violation of the Geneva Convention. There is no justification for it whatsoever. These are simple war crimes – the world has to wake up and put a stop to these atrocities NOW!

Earlier this week, the Indian army used cluster bombs to target the civilian population in Azad Jammu and Kashmir across the Line of Control in violation of international laws.

The latest tensions started in the last 10 days after New Delhi deployed thousands of additional troops in the area. A security source told AFP a further 70,000 had been deployed, which is believed to be an unprecedented level.

The government has introduced other security measures over terror threat claims — including a call to stock up food and fuel.

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