Full shutdown being observed in occupied Kashmir to mark ‘Black Day’

A whole shutdown is being observed in occupied Kashmir instantly to mark the “Black Day”, the day the Indian forces had first entered the valley in 1947 — Radio Pakistan reported.

Kashmiris on either side of the Line of Administration (LoC), along with spherical world capitals, are observing the day and taking out rallies.

According to Radio Pakistan, the Black Day is observed to point the world that India has occupied Kashmir in opposition to the need of its of us and was “denying them their inalienable correct to self-determination”.

The Authorities of Pakistan has reiterated its unwavering help to the Kashmir set off, saying: “Pakistan will proceed to help the brave of us of Jammu and Kashmir.”

Prime Minister Imran Khan has known as for the UN Price of Inquiry to research human rights abuses by Indian occupation forces.

“Pakistan will not relent in its moral, political and diplomatic help until the Kashmiris perceive they’re official correct to self-determination in accordance with UN Security Council resolutions,” he acknowledged.

President Dr. Arif Alvi paid “homage to the sacrifices of our brethren in occupied Kashmir and reiterate our unflinching and steadfast moral, diplomatic and political help for the straightforward cause for the oldsters of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir”.

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