Pakistani People’s observed as ‘Black Day’ October 27- 2020

ABBOTTABAD:  Pakistani People’s observed as ‘Black Day’ October 27- 2020 at national & international level to express solidarity with the people of Illegally Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir, facing human rights violation & unlawful occupation gross for the last 73 years. 27th October is observed as Kashmir Black day to mark protest and resentment by Kashmiris around the world against the forced occupation by Indian security forces in occupied Kashmir. Its human rights abuses, extra judicial killings, disabilities of Kashmiris through pellet guns at the hands of Indian occupied terrorist security forces.
On October 27, 1947, the sufferings of Kashmiri people began with the landing of Indian troops in Jammu and Kashmir which had been increased manifold after Indian RRS Government suspended the special status of occupied Kashmir through revoking Articles 370 / 35-A of Indian Constitution on August 5, 2019.
Political, social, and human rights activists were held rallies in major cities such as hazara division of kpk , Tourghar , Upper Kohistan , Lower Kohistan , Batagram Districts   ets ,protest the “illegal occupation” of the valley and demand the UN lift the curfew and communication blockade and implement its relevant resolutions on Kashmir.
In Upper/ lower Kohistan number of rallies’ participated by large a number of Kashmiri ,local Notables ,local Social activists ,Difference groups of People’s adopting all the Standard Operating Procedures  for staying safe from COVID19. started from various Bazaars Kohistan Hazara kpk  and ended at Kohistan Dasu.As well as in Pattan , Pales  ets  .
Pan flex, Black banners, hoardings and streamers would be displayed at prominent roads and places to mark the day in an appropriate manner.
Malik Saad Khan said  we stand with our Brothers & sisters of occupied Kashmir .Insha’Allah Soon Kashmir will be  Free from Indian  terrorist armed forces .We are all Kashmiri and Kashmiris are Pakistani’.
Ahmed wali khan said Indian Rss Government / occupied armed  forces  has imposed an inhuman lockdown over 8 million people in occupied Kashmir, and Indian occupying forces. Several rights groups including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have repeatedly called on India to lift restrictions and release political detainees. United national need take action against Indian what’s doing in Kashmir  
Rallies start with a moment of silence, bringing traffic across Kohistan to a halt for a minute as a mark of solidarity and support for Kashmiris under Indian rule.in rallies & difference part of Kohistan Special prayers were offered in mosques for those who lost their lives in the conflict in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir.

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