Monday, 9 December 2019

Amir Khan decides to ‘raise voice for peace’ in Kashmir

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BIRMINGHAM: British Pakistani boxer Amir Iqbal Khan on Saturday announced to visit to the Line of Control (LoC) despite rising tensions between India and Pakistan over occupied Kashmir.

Former unified light-welterweight world champion took to Twitter and expressed that he is coming to Pakistan to visit the LoC to raise his voice against the genocide of Kashmiris and bring the greater awareness to the horrible situation going on in the occupied valley.

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