Kashmiris observe black day today against Indian occupation of J&K

Pakistan to continue support to Kashmiri people: Kaira

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People of Jammu and Kashmir dwelling on both sides of Line of Control – AJK and IIOJK – and rest of the world will observe black day today (Wednesday) in a strong protest and indignation against the continual forced and unlawful Indian occupation of the held valley for the last 75 years since the bleak day of October 27, 1947 when New Delhi had forcibly landed its troops in Srinagar.

Jammu and Kashmir people living either side of the LoC consider October 27 black day in the history of the disputed Himalayan state. This year too the black day against continual illegal and forced Indian occupation was being observed at the time when the Kashmir freedom has reached at its climax following the massive continued anti-India protests by the people of the curfew-clamped and locked-down bleeding Indian occupied state of Jammu and Kashmir for the last over two years against the complete communication and information  blocked by the Indian occupational forces – since furious Kashmiris, defying all restrictions  take to anti-India street agitation against August 5 2019′ Indian sinister action of scrapping special status of the disputed Jammu Kashmir State abrogating article 370 and 35-A of her constitution.

As previous call for observing the black day across the disputed Jammu & Kashmir state and rest of the world has been given by caged Hurriyat leadership including elderly Kashmiri leader Syed Ali Gillani and the AJK government to apprise the world of the Kashmiris ever-lasting hatred against India besides against the forced Indian occupation of their motherland for the last 75 years.

In Mirpur, major protest rally to be followed by a big procession and protest demonstration will be taken out by a large number of people of all spheres of life to observe October 27 as black day at District Courts premises on October 27 at 10.00 am the under the auspices of the District National Events Organizing Committee with the coordination of all segments of the civil society including social, religious and political parties.

National Events Organizing Committee Mirpur district sources told APP Tuesday while unveiling the scheduled AJK-wide black day program, that the mass black day rally would be held at district court premises at 10.00 am with the display and carrying of black flags by the participants to express resentment against the forced Indian occupation of bulk part of the Jammu & Kashmir State – the IIOJK territory.

Besides the participants will also fasten black ribbons on their arms as a mark of indignation and hatred against India and the reign of terror and state violence unleashed against the innocent people in the bleeding vale of IIOJK by the Indian occupying forces for the last 75 years in general and since the bleak day of August 05, 2019 the sources added. Through the protest rallies, speakers will reiterate demand  for restoration of the special status of the disputed Jammu Kashmir state and most particularly the early grant of the birth right of self-determination to Kashmiris without further delay, which was being denied by India since the last 75 years through her despotic and unlawful rule over the disputed held state.

Chairman Pasban-e-Hurriyat Uzair Ahmad Ghazali has said that black day will be observed across the state on October 27 and protests will be held in all districts of Azad Jammu and Kashmir. In a statement issued here Tuesday, Ghazali said that India was committing atrocities and violence against the Kashmiri people who are demanding freedom and the right to self-determination according to UN resolutions. “Kashmiri people have not recognized the Indian occupation even for a moment and have never been afraid of Indian colonial tactics for the last 75 years”, he added.

Meanwhile, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, Qamar Zaman Kaira on Tuesday said Pakistan would continue its  support for just struggle of Kashmiri people for their right to self-determination. He was speaking at an event titled ‘A Retrospective Analysis of Kashmir’s Accession to India’ organised by the Institute of Regional Studies here. He said that all governments irrespective of their political affiliations had voiced the plight of Kashmiris at home and internationally and that they would continue do so.

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