Srinagar: Paying tribute to the Kashmiri “struggle and resilience” on digital media, and to mark the death anniversary of slain Hizb commander Burhan Wani, a Pakistani company Digital Intelligence has launched a game called Kashmir Intifada, Express Tribune reported.
“In the history of Kashmiri struggle of self-determination, two heroes left an everlasting impact on Kashmiris, Burhan Wani Saeed, a digital freedom fighter and Aasia Andrabi, an iron lady who has haunted the tyrants of India. This game is a tribute to both warriors,” Umair Haroon, project lead of The Digital Company that developed the game told The Express Tribune.
The game aims to develop an insight into the “oppression faced by the unarmed Kashmiris”, to raise awareness of the organisations that are struggling for freedom and the ever increasing “Indian brutality” in Kashmir.
In different missions, it takes users through various difficult days that Kashmiri youth has to face, starting from the day they decided to support Pakistan to celebrating Eid to the ban on meat on Eid-ul-Azha.
The official song takes the audience through different ways that the Kashmiri youth has fought and struggled for their rights and freedom.
Kashmir Intifada will be available on smartphones as well as desktops.