Kashmiris to observe Black Day on Oct 27 against Indian invasion

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MIRPUR (AJK), Oct 24 (APP): Kashmiris dwelling either side of
the Line of Control (LoC) will observe Black Day on October 27 to protest against the Indian invasion on Jammu & Kashmir state this day in 1947.

The day is observed as black day by Jammu and Kashmir people
every year to mark extreme resentment and indignation over the continued unlawful and forcible occupation of Jammu and Kashmir state by the Indian tyrannical forces.

India had landed her military troops in Srinagar on this day
69 years ago, absolutely against the wishes of the people of the
Jammu & Kashmir state.

In Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir, the Day will be marked by
complete shut coupled with a complete wheel jam strike and anti Indian demonstrations across the IOK.

It is worthwhile to mention that the Kashmir freedom struggle
is already at climax in the curfew clamped occupied valley since
past more than 105 days with mass anti India and pro freedom street
agitation by the people most particularly the stone throwing youth
for the liberation of the motherland from the forcible and unlawful
Indian rule.

Black flags will be hoisted atop the buildings at both sides
of LoC.

In Mirpur, major protest rally to be followed by a big procession and protest demonstration will be taken out by a large number of people of all spheres of life to observe October 27 as black day at District Courts.
The rally will be addressed by the leading social and political workers and the representatives of various organizations representing all classes of the civil society.

Speakers will highlight the importance of early peaceful settlement of the Kashmir problem besides registering protest against the continued forcible and illegal Indian occupation.

The scheduled October 27 black day rallies will reiterate the demand for early grant of right to self determination to the people of Jammu & Kashmir without further delay which India was denying since last 69 years through her traditional hostile and stubborn approach and coercive methods.