72 years of Indian occupation of Kashmir
72 years of Indian occupation of Kashmir | 72 years of Indian occupation of Kashmir, Black Day worldwide. Kashmiris, including Kashmiris and independent Kashmiris, celebrate today October 27 as the 72nd anniversary of Indian occupation in Kashmir. On the eve of the Black Day, Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Gilani was called, while on August 5, the special status of occupied Kashmir was abolished on 84 days Sunday in a curfew imposed by India.
On October 27, 1947, India defeated its forces in occupied Kashmir in violation of the partition of the subcontinent and the plans of Kashmiris.
In this regard, the Kashmir Media Service has reported that curfew has been imposed in the valley on August 5, in India’s unauthorized move to end special status for occupied Kashmir, but at Lal Chowk in Srinagar. More restrictions have been put in place to stop the rally.
In a statement in this regard, Syed Ali Gilani, leader of the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, said, We urge the Kashmiri people to march peacefully to Lal Chowk so that the entire nation can be shown to the world. No, the means of telecommunications to maintain its resistance.
We are determined to continue our fight against the illegal occupation of India, which has taken away our basic rights, the statement said.
Additionally, Radio Pakistan has reported that rallies and demonstrations are taking place in all major cities of the state, organized by Kashmir Liberation Cell, Hurriyat and religious organizations in Azad Kashmir.
The District and Tehsil Administration organized a ceremony to celebrate Black Day on the direction of Prime Minister Azad Kashmir. On the eve of the Black Day, a big ceremony took place in the capital Muzaffarabad, in which a rally was held at the end of the ceremony presided by Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan. According to Foreign Office spokesman Dr. Muhammad Faisal, the 72-year-old struggled for the rights of Kashmiris will be highlighted on the occasion of Black Day. He said that the situation in occupied Kashmir will once again inform the world. Foreign Office said various programs including rallies, seminars have been organized across the country for solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir.
According to Mohammad Faisal, Pakistani missions abroad have also been instructed to set up a program to highlight the importance of Black Day and invite Pakistanis, local MPs, think tanks and others to the program. Also, telephone service was restored in the valley, which has a population of over 70 million. However, mobile phones and internet services are still suspended, while India says the situation is normal. Two months after the Indian government took drastic measures in the occupied valley, doctors said several people died as a result of government communications and the Internet shutdown.
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