RAC arranges exhibition on Black Day to express solidarity with Kashmiris

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RAWALPINDI, July 20 (APP):- A photographic exhibition arranged by Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) depicting atrocities of the Indian Forces on the innocent people of occupied Kashmir was put on display here on Wednesday.

Chairman Green Task Force Dr. Jamal Nasir accompanied Resident Director RAC Waqar Ahmed inaugurated the exhibition. More than 200 pictures on current issue erupted after sad martyrdom of Burhan Wani were showcased in the exhibition which highlighted the violation of the human rights by the Indian forces.

Expressing his views on the inaugural ceremony, Dr Jamal Nasir said that the series of atrocities of Indian forces on the innocent people of Jammu and Kashmir is the violation of human rights which is challenge for the international powers claimant of human rights.

He said that United Nation is silent on the issue of this violation and scarifies of martyred of the occupied Kashmiris are demanded of independence.

Resident Director RAC said that India’s rigid and unrealistic stance on Kashmir was the Nain hurdle in peaceful settlement of the conflict.

He thanked all the guests and said Pakistan will continue to support to Kashmiris till the achievement of their right to self determination.