Pakistan, Kashmiris to observe India’s ID as ‘Black Day’


Staff Reporter


Pakistan and Kashmiris from both sides of Line of Control (LoC) and across the globe would observe India’s Independence Day as black day today (Thursday) to draw the attention of international community towards Delhi’s recent nefarious move of altering the historic globally-acknowledged disputed status of Jammu and Kashmir and deteriorating human rights situation in the held valley.The observance of the Indian Independence day as black day is also aimed at to express extreme indignation and hatred against the Indian imperialism for forcibly keeping bulk part of the State in her unlawful and forcible occupation since last 72 years.Protest rallies and demonstrations would be held throughout Azad Jammu and Kashmir to condemn India for constantly denying Kashmiris birth right to self determination besides to apprise the external world of the India’s ongoing worst reign of state terrorism making people of occupied state besiege for past nine days at gun point of her 900,000 military and para-military troops.Participants of the protest rallies will wear black bands around their arms as a sign of hatred against India. Black flags would also be hoisted on various public spots to condemn Indian nefarious designs against people of Occupied Kashmir.Meanwhile, with the world’s eyes firmly set on Occupied Kashmir as Indian atrocities in the disputed Himalayan valley reach their zenith, London is to observe India’s Independence Day as Black Day.Addressing a press conference, the coordinator of the August 15 anti-India protest and United Kingdom Tehreek-e-Kashmir President Raja Fahim Kayani said that they have been working for the last six days to convince British Kashmiris, Pakistanis and Sikhs to come out of their homes and observe Black Day.World Sikh Parliament President Ranjit Singh also condemned the Indian Government’s abrogation of IoK’s special status.

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