* Muzaffarabad: On the occasion of International Women's Day, a sit-in protest against the Indian oppression of women in occupied Jammu and Kashmir organized by the Guardian Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir and the Indian flag was burnt.
* The United Nations has been asked to protect the rights of Kashmiri women, release Kashmiri women prisoners and take disciplinary action against Indian terrorist forces involved in war crimes. *
* A large number of women took part in the anti-India protests, marching from Burhan Wani Chowk to Ghari Pin Chowk, slogans of Go India Go Back and Leave Indian Occupier Jammu and Kashmir.
According to details, on the occasion of International Women's Day, a sit-in was organized in the capital Muzaffarabad under the auspices of Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir Women's Wing to demand protection of the rights of Kashmiri women victims of state repression and terrorism in India. Marched Protesting against Indian atrocities on Kashmiri women, the women held banners and placards calling on the United Nations to protect the rights of Kashmiri women and release Kashmiri women imprisoned in Indian jails. On the occasion of International Women's Day, Kashmiri women chanted slogans for independence, right to self-determination and justice. Mehnaz Qureshi, Nisar Abbasi, Shagufta Noorin Kazmi, Maira Khan, Maryam Kashmiri, Shabnam Awan, Hasna Noor, Sajida Begum, Nuzhat Qureshi, Rukhsana Noor, Zahida Arif Habiba Majeed from the anti-India women's march said that today the world International Women's Rights Day is being celebrated across the country under the slogan of Equality for All. But the world continues to ignore the plight of Kashmiri women victims of Indian oppression and terrorism in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, even though it is the responsibility of the international community to speak out against attacks by Indian terrorist forces on Kashmiri women. Take disciplinary action against the occupying forces involved. The speakers said that Indian forces sexually assaulted 9,500 Kashmiri women. The husbands of 2200 Kashmiri women have been missing for years and they have been forced to live a life of semi-widowhood. Husbands of thousands of women have been killed in the last 30 years. Kashmiri women demanding freedom and rights Syeda Asiya Andrabi, Fehmida Sufi, Nahida Nasreen, Hina Bashir, Naseema Bano and Insha Jan are forced to live miserable lives in Indian jails. The female speakers said that Asiya and Nilufer were killed by Indian beasts after being sexually assaulted. It is a great injustice to women that there is no international disciplinary action against Indian soldiers involved in all these crimes. Addressing the sit-in, Kashmiri women said that the world should investigate the terrorist country hiding behind the fake democratic face of India, whose forces are waging war on women in the disputed state of Kashmir. They are being tortured. The speakers called on the United Nations, international human rights organizations Amnesty International and Asia Watch to take note of the grave threats to humanity in occupied Kashmir and come forward to stop India from committing atrocities. The women speakers paid homage to the youth who were martyred for the freedom struggle in occupied Kashmir and said that millions of women of Pakistan, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan feel the pain and sorrow of Kashmiri sisters. Kashmiri women burn Indian flag in protest Anti-India protesters marched from Burhanwani Chowk to Ghari Pin Chowk. Uzair Ahmad Ghazali, Shaukat Javed Mir, Usman Ali Hashim, Mushtaq-ul-Islam and other speakers also addressed the women's sit-in.