Black day observed to sensitize inte’l community about Kashmir: Basharat


Amraiz Khan

Punjab Law Minister Raja Basharat Has said, “It is imperative to awake the international community for taking notice of the worst barbarity and human rights violations being committed in Occupied Kashmir”.
The minister said that the decision of Prime Minister Imran Khan to observe Indian Independence Day as the black day is praiseworthy and added that it would help to sensitise the global community about the cruelties committed by India in Occupied Kashmir. While expressing his point of view with regard to the black day observed on Thursday for expressing solidarity with the Kashmiris. He said that the whole of Pakistan has expressed complete solidarity with the Kashmiris and maintained that notice of the UN Security Council is an important achievement of Pakistan government. The nation is fully united under the PTI government against India and the freedom-sun will soon dawn in Occupied Kashmir, he added. In the meanwhile the minister law presided over an important meeting in which the security of public rallies and meetings held to observe black day against India was reviewed in detail. Chief Secretary Yousaf Naseem Khokhar, IG Police
Arif Nawaz Khan, ACS (Home), Additional IG (Special Branch), Additional IG (CTD) and others attended the meeting. The meeting appreciated the hard work done by police and district administration for making the best security arrangements on Eid and Independence Day of Pakistan. Raja Basharat said that security of public meetings and rallies should be fully assured and a vigilant eye be kept on anti-social elements. Tight security should be ensured till the last meeting and congregation are not held, he added. The Law
Minister directed the Commissioners and RPOs to ensure the availability of drinking water for the participants of public rallies adding that traffic police should also ensure smooth flow of traffic.

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