Sialkot: The Kashmir people residing in Sialkot region on Sunday observed Black Day as a protest against Occupant Indian Army in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and against the rising atrocities of the Occupant Indian Army in the Held Valley. The Kashmiri people wore the black arm bandages and expressed complete solidarity with the oppressed people of the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
They said that the October 27 is the blackest day in the history of Kashmir, as on this day the Indian Army had invaded in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Addressing the peaceful agitational meetings at Sialkot, Daska, Sambrial , Uggoki, Bajwat, Pasrur, Badiana, Chawinda , Satrah and surrounding areas, the local Kashmiri leaders including Dr. Zahid Ghani Dar said the sacrifices of the thousands of the innocent Kashmiri martyrs would become fruitful, as the sun of freedom of the Held valley from Indian yoke will rise soon.
They said that the peace could never be promoted in South Asia without solving the prolonged delayed burning issue of Held Kashmir. They termed Kashmir a key to peace.
They urged the Pakistan government to adopt a solid policy regarding the Kashmir dispute with India. He strongly criticized the imposition of curfew in Occupied Jammu & Kashmir, terming it a larger scale violation of human rights by the occupant Indian Army.
They added the sacrifices of the hundreds of the thousands of the Kashmiri people would soon become fruitful in shape of freedom of Kashmir from Indian yoke, as the Kashmir Issue has reached near its peaceful amicable solution as per the aspirations of the Kashmiri people. He said that the sun of freedom of Kashmir will rise soon.
They expressed complete solidarity with the innocent and oppressed people of Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and said that the early peaceful solution of Kashmir dispute has now become vital for ensuring sustainable peace in the Indo-Pak Sub Continent, as this prolonged delayed Kashmir dispute has already become a flash point between the two nuclear neighbours.
They also expressed grave concern over the larger scale rising human rights violations, custodial killings and genocide of the innocent Kashmiri people by the Occupant Indian Army in the Held Valley. They said that these nasty practices were enough to shake the conscience of the international community.