Black Day Observed In Balochistan To Express Solidarity With Kashmiri People
Black day was observed here and other parts of the province on Thursday to express solidarity with Kashmiris against Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir
Protest rallies were taken in respective districts of the province including Nasirabad, Jaffarabad, Khuzdar Lasbela and other areas in order to observe the black day on India's Independence Day for showing solidarity with Kashmiri People.
A large number of people including students, civil society members, tribal leaders and political workers participated the rally which was led by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's (PTI) Nasirabad chapter President Mir Shaukat Ali Bangulzai.
The participants of the rally chanted slogans against Indian atrocities and demanded international organizations to take steps to resolve Kashmir issue as per wishes of Kashmiri people.
Shaukat Bangulzai, speaking on the occasion, said the Indian government could not suppress the voice of occupied Kashmiri people through use of force, adding Balochistan's people stood with their Kashmiri brothers.
Meanwhile, a rally was also taken out from deputy commissioner office in the supervision of Deputy Commissioner (DC) Lasbela Shabir Ahmed Mengal to observe the black day to express solidarity with Kashmiri people.
The rally reached Uthal Press Club after marching various routs of the areas.
On the occasion, participants also chanted slogans in fervor of Kashmiri people.
Balochistan Awami Party (BAP)'s leader Chief Tribal Sardar Ghulam Farooq Sheikh, Senior leader Ghulam Muhammad alias Gulo Jamot, ex-chairman Municipal Committee Uthal Sardar Rasool Bakhsh, Sardar Rehmetullah, Uthal Press Club's president Muhammad Umar lasi, party workers, citizens and students took part in the rally.
He said Kashmir was an unfinished agenda of the partition of Sub-continent which has to be fulfilled soon according to the aspirations of Kashmiri people.