Muhammad Faysal, a Malaysia-based youth from Indian admin Kashmir and Sanna Sultan, a UK-based girl from Azad Kashmir have launched an online campaign of collecting video clips made by supporters of the Kashmiris in different parts of the world.
Through a Facebook event, they are asking the supporters to shoot in their cities one to two minute videos of themselves with banners or placards containing phrases on solidarity with Kashmir. The duo intends to club the collection into a one big video that is expected to be released online on July 13, the Martyrs’ Day in Kashmir.
“In this video, we will take short clips of people from different parts of the globe at landmark/famous sites of that particular area, of supporters holding banners, posters etc to signify their solidarity with the struggle of Kashmiri people,” the duo explains on the event on Facebook named ‘The International Solidarity Video’. “The aim is to create a global impact video, which highlights the solidarity towards the cause of Kashmir.”
Meanwhile, talking to a Srinagar-based daily, Faysal said they have got enthusiastic and encouraging response from different parts of the world.