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Pakistani leaders voice support for people in Indian-control Kashmir

Kashmiri protestors run away after Indian police fired tear gas to stop the crowd from marching towards Srinagar. (AFP)

Javed Rana
Press TV, Islamabad

Top Pakistani political figures have held a meeting in the capital Islamabad to demand the government resolve the crisis in Indian-controlled Kashmir and take a firm stance against New Delhi. The region has been at the center of a bitter territorial dispute since India and Pakistan became independent in 1947. New Delhi and Islamabad both claim the region in full, but rule half of it each. Javed Rana has more in this report.

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