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Kashmir Black Day

Kashmiris observing BLACK DAY today

MIRPUR: Kashmiris at either side of the Line of Control (LoC) and rest of the world will observe black day on Thursday against Indian occupation of Jammu & Kashmir state since October 27, 1947.

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

India had landed its armed military troops in Srinagar on this day 69 years ago against the wishes of the people of Jammu & Kashmir.

Black flags will be hoisted atop the buildings at both sides of the LoC. People in Azad Jammu Kashmir and the Indian occupied Jammu Kashmir, besides wearing black bands on their arms, would also take out rallies to protest against India’s continued forcible occupation of Jammu & Kashmir state.

Protest rallies and processions besides public congregations will be the hallmark of the black day in all small and major towns in Jammu & Kashmir state.

Black flags will be hoisted atop the buildings at both sides of the LoC; Azad Jammu Kashmir and the Indian occupied Jammu Kashmir besides the wearing of black bands around the arms by the participants of the scheduled protest rallies.

Protest rallies and processions besides public congregations will be the hallmark of the black day in all small and major towns in Jammu & Kashmir state.

The President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan and Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan in their separate messages termed October 27 the darkest day for Kashmiri people in their history when Indian occupational regime dropped its troops at Srinagar 69 years ago in 1947.

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