Pakistan, AJK observed Oct 27 as Black Day


ISLAMABAD, Oct 27 (APP): The people of Pakistan and Azad Jammu
and Kashmir (AJK) Thursday observed October 27 as Black Day to convey a message to the international community that India’s occupation of territory was totally illegal, unjust and contrary to the Kashmiris’ aspirations.
The day was marked as a Black Day to protest against India which sent its troops to Srinagar on October 27, 1947 and illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Protest rallies and demonstrations were held across the country and AJK.
The people expressed solidarity with their brethren and vowed
to provide moral, political and diplomatic support till the liberation of Indian Occupied Kashmir from the Indian clutches.
Radio Pakistan aired special programmes to express solidarity with Kashmiris on the occasion of Black Day against Indian occupation of their motherland on this day.
Rallies, meetings and seminars across Pakistan held to highlight significance of the day for Kashmiri people.
Talking to APP, Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Ch Muhammad Barjees Tahir said that Pakistan would continue to extend moral, political and diplomatic support to the Kashmiris.
He said that Pakistan had already exposed the Indian armed forces atrocities in Occupied valley at all international forums.
Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif during his recent address
to the United Nations General Assembly effectively presented Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir issue and highlighted the right to self-determination of the Kashmiris, he added.
Barjees said that Pakistan had a clear stance that without the resolution of Kashmir issue, sustainable peace was not possible in the region.