The Turkish government, politicians, and people have been expressing solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir for many years and the Turkish government has taken a clear stand on the Kashmir Valley like the Pakistani government.
However, for the first time, Turkish musicians released a song expressing solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir, which became popular in many countries, including Pakistan and the Kashmir Valley.
The song, released in English, shows videos of Indian army atrocities on unarmed Kashmiris in the occupied valley. Lead singer Della Miles has evoked the magic of her voice, having recently moved from Germany to Turkey.
Keşmir, onlarca adımızdan biri.— Aziz Babuşcu (@ABabuscu) June 10, 2020
Kudüs gibi, Saraybosna, Arakan, Halep gibi.
Mazlumların şarkılarını en iyi biz biliriz. #Keşmir'in şarkıları ölümden, katliamdan bahsediyor.
Bu şarkılar duyulsun ve sözleri değişsin diye...
Şarkının tamamı için.👇https://t.co/dAY1PbIjax pic.twitter.com/kj2U84mnJh
The music for the song was composed by Turkish English professor and renowned composer Targe Averin, who wrote the lyrics. The song was first shared on Twitter by Turkish parliamentarian and ruling party politician Aziz Babuşcu, after which the song went viral.
According to the report of Radio Pakistan, the song released as an expression of solidarity with the people of Occupied Kashmir is the first and only song of its kind. The poetry, music, and compassionate voice of the singer won the hearts of the audience and the song went viral in many countries including Occupied Kashmir, Pakistan, Turkey, and India.