Citizens of Hyderabad observe black day to express solidarity with Kashmiris

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APP27-27 HYDERABAD: October 27 – People from different walks of life participating in a rally to observe the Black Day against Indian occupation and atrocities in Occupied Kashmir. APP Photo by Farhan Khan

HYDERABAD, Oct 27 (APP):The people of Hyderabad Saturday observed Kashmir black day to express solidarity with the people of Held Jammu and Kashmir and support their struggle against the brutality of Indian forces in the occupied area.
Likewise other parts of the country, the citizens from different segments of life brought out a rally from Shahbaz Building. The rally led by Additional Deputy Commissioner-II Hyderabad Ali Muhammad Babbar terminated at Hyderabad Gymkhana.
Addressing the participants, Ali Muhammad said that despite brutality, India has failed to stop the struggle of self determination by the people of Held Jammu and Kashmir, adding that the momentum of the movement of the Kashmiri brethren has reached at its peak and now there was no other way for India except to surrender.
He maintained that the people of Pakistan always extended their moral support to struggle of their Kashmiri brethren which would be continued till the success of freedom movement in Held Jammu and Kashmir.
He called upon the United Nations and the world human rights organization to take notice of brutality of Indian forces in Held Jammu and Kashmir and take appropriate action against India on violation of human rights in the occupied area.
He also emphasized upon the United Nations to pressurize the India to ensure implementation on the UN resolutions on Kashmir.
The Assistant Commissioner City Sara Javed while addressing the participants of the rally said that objective of bringing out rally was to support the struggle of the people of Held Jammu and Kashmir besides exposing the brutality of Indian forces in the occupied area.
Meanwhile, the local leaders and workers of different political parties also taken out rallies and demonstrations expressing solidarity with the people of Held Jammu and Kashmir.