Black Day Is Being Observed All Over The World Against The Indian Atrocities
Mohammad Ali (@ChaudhryMAli88) Published July 20, 2016 | 01:04 PM
(UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News – 20th july, 2016) : Black day is being observed across the whole world against the indian atrociticities in occupied Kashmir. PM Nawaz Sharif gave an indirect threat to the indian forces that weapons will become blunt against the public demand and protest.
today is the eleventh day of Cerfew situation in Kahsmir and hurriyat leaders has called for another three day mourning and black day.on the other hand the number of martyrs has crossed 48 by the kashmiri brutal forces.
Caravan for Kashmir, a Rally in support of Kashmiris against Indian barbarity, is on way to the Federal capital supporting hundreds of flags and boasting nationalist songs.Chief of Lashkar-e-Taiba and its arm, Jamaatud Dawa, Hafiz Muhammad Saeed and Liaquat Baloch led the rally that started from Masjid-e-Shuhada on the Mall Road.
Abdullah Gul, son of former chief of Inter-Services Intelligence Hamid Gul, Jamaat-e-Islami leader Sirajul Haq, members of Muslim League-Zia, Izazul Haq, son of former dictator Ziaul Haq are said to be among those rallying.
Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Sami chief, Samiul Haq is also attending according to the sources. Different people who addressed the rally at different points in the journey said that Indian extremism on Kashmir has crossed all the limits of but determination of Kashmiris is appreciable.
Meanwhile, the nation is observing a black day today against killings of Kashmiris in cold blood by Indian troops. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had called to observe a black day to express solidarity with the victimized families in Indian-held Kashmir.
The recent combat broke out between the freedom fighters and Indian forces after the commander of freedom fighters Burhan Wani who was struggling for the right to self determination was shot down.
Earlier on Tuesday, the locals observed Accession to Pakistan Day in light of the resolution that was adopted in 1947 through which Kashmiris had demanded to be made a part of Pakistan under two-nation theory and Partition Plan.