Kashmir Black Day observed across Khyber Pakthunkhwa | CM leads rally to express solidarity with Kashmiris

Kashmir Black Day observed across Khyber Pakthunkhwa | CM leads rally to express solidarity with Kashmiris

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PESHAWAR: Kashmir Black Day was observed in Khyber Pakthunkhwa including seven merged tribal districts where people and Kashmiris staged big protest rallies to condemn annexation of the Indian Illegally Occupied Jummu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K) by India on October 27, 1947. From Khyber to Kohistan and DI Khan to South Waziristan, big protest rallies and walks were held in all 35 districts of Khyber Pakthunkhwa including seven merged tribal districts where people from all walks of life including civil society, academicians, human rights activists, students, Government officials, and Kashmiris raised full-throated slogans against annexation of IIOJ&K seventy four-year ago by India.
They demanded UN, international powers and human rights organizations to put pressure on the fascist Modi Government to restore the special status of IIOJ&K and grant right of self-determination to over 10 million oppressed Kashmiris as promised to them by the world body. In Peshawar, big protest demonstrations were held where participants holding banners and placards raised full throated slogans against India’s unending oppressions, war crimes and human rights abuses in the IIOJ&K. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Mahmood Khan has led a big protest rally in provincial metropolis where participants raised full throated slogans of Kashmir Banay Ga Pakistan and fascist India go out of Kashmir. Provincial Minister for Labour and Culture, Shaukat Yousafzai, members of provincial cabinet, advisers and special assistants, government officers and social figures besides civil society and Kashmirs were accompanied the Chief Minister KP in the protest rally.
The charged rally also chanted slogans in favor of right of self-determination for Kashmiri brethren and sisters besides strongly condemned an ending cruelties, barbarism and reign of terror unleashed by Indian occupational forces against the oppressed Kashmiris. Khyber Pakthunkhwa Chief Minister while talking to reporters said October 27 was a black day in the history of Kashmir as on this day Indian occupational forces had started oppression and cruelties against peaceful Kashmiris that continued till to-date. He said Kashmiris was victim of state terrorism of India for the past over seven decades and the fascist Modi regime broke all records of atrocities and human rights violations in a bid to deprive Kashmiris from their genuine right of self-determination. The Chief Minister said Kashmiris were the worst victim of India’s state terrorism, oppression and lockdown after Modi’s regime had violated UN Security Council resolutions by revoking the special status of IIOJ&K on August 5, 2019.
Mahmood Khan expressed the resolve to continue political, diplomatic and moral support of the Kashmiris in their just and legitimate struggle for self-determination. The CM said Kashmiris had faced India’s long oppression with immense courage and steadfastness and demanded of UN, world powers and human rights organizations to take serious notice of human rights abuses in IIOJ&K. The Chief Minister said Prime Minister Imran Khan had raised Kashmir issue on all international and diplomatic forums including UN General Assembly and informed the world’s about critical situation in the held Kashmir besides exposed India’s inhuman and unlawful actions.