RAWALPINDI, July 20(APP): To express solidarity with people of Indian Held Kashmir (IHK), officials of the federal and provincial government observed ‘Black Day” here Wednesday on the call of Prime Minister Muhammed Nawaz Sharif.

All officials wore black armbands to express political, moral and diplomatic support to Kashmiri’s struggling for their right of self- determination.

Special prayers were offered in all city mosques for Shuhada of Kashmir.

Meanwhile addressing “Kashmir Carvan” here at Committee Chowk ,Speakers including Ameer Jamat U Dawa Hafiz Saeed, Ameer Jamaat Islami Siraj Ul Haq and Malauna Fazl Ur Rehman Khalil strongly condemned the brutalities committed by Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir and urged the United Nations to take steps for holding of plebiscite as per its resolutions.

In their message on the occasion, they said Kashmir was the unfinished agenda of the United Nations.

They said the people of Pakistan would continue political, diplomatic and moral support to the struggle of Kashmiris for their right to self- determination.

The Kashmir Carvan rally started from Muridkay and passing through GT road and Rawalpindi oncluded in the federal capital.

The traders of the city also wore black armbands and expressed their solidarity with the people of Kashmir.

A function was also held at Rawalpindi Arts Council to express solidarity with struggling people of Occupied Kashmir.