Colonial power has no right to celebrate independence

Our Correspondent

President Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Sardar Masood Khan has said that India, which invaded Kashmir on October 27, 1947, and made Kashmiris slave just 72 days after gaining independence from British colonial rule has no right to celebrate Independence Day.

In a special message on the ‘Black Day’ observed by the Kashmiri people on Sunday on the occasion of India’s Independence Day, he said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir consider the Indian colonial system as evil as they considered the British colonial rule and the Dogra dictatorship based on tyranny and barbarism.

Sardar Masood said that the Kashmiri people would not take rest until and unless they get freedom from Indian slavery and decide their political destiny with free will.

The Kashmiri people, he maintained, had not accepted the Indian occupation even for a day during the last 74 years, and their struggle would continue till they are provided an opportunity to exercise their right to self-determination as per their wishes and aspirations.

Condemning the Indian government for forcing the students of schools and colleges as well as the government employees in occupied Kashmir to participate in the Independence Day celebrations.

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