Rally held to condemn Indian occupation of Kashmir

Posted October 28, 2017

"The Senate of Pakistan further calls upon the worldwide community to force India to stop its human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir".

October 27, is the darkest day in the history of Jammu and Kashmir as on that day India landed its troops in Srinagar in blatant violation of global laws and occupied major part of the valley, depriving Kashmiris of their birth right to Self-determination. Mr Abbasi called upon India to "honour commitments of its founding fathers and ensure implementation of the UN Security Council resolutions on Kashmir for resolution of this long-standing dispute".

The AJK leaders termed the Indian invasion on Kashmir this day, 70 years ago, as worst example of state terrorism and mentioned Indian fierce atrocities to suppress the voice of Kashmir.

The Black Day is being so observed by the Kashmiris around the globe to remind the worldwide community in general including world's human rights champion U.S. and the United Nations in particular to honour the commitment to granting them their fundamental right of self-determination in accordance with the resolutions of the world body.

In a separate message, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi paid tribute to the sacrifices of Kashmiris and reiterated "unflinching and steadfast moral, diplomatic and political support for the just cause of the people of Jammu & Kashmir".

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The second point reads: "This gathering strongly condemns the presence of eight lakh Indian armed forces in Kashmir who enjoy impunity under the draconian AFSPA that allows them to kill innocent Kashmiris at their will anywhere, anytime".

Despite killing and blinding thousands of Kashmiris, the Indian forces are unable to shake their firm stand to be part of the Pakistan.

According to Tehreek-e-Kashmir Scotland President Raja Muhammad Hanif and Dr Irfan Jahangir, the Indian army was behind the braid-chopping incidents in the territory.

Spokesman quoted UJC chief as having said that India has violated all rights of the people of and the People of Kashmir has never accepted the 'illegal occupation of India'.

The freedom movement had got momentum with the martyrdom of Burhan Wani, a young Kashmiri leader, during previous year.