Photographic exhibition on Black day displayed

RAWALPINDI: A photographic exhibition arranged by Rawalpindi Arts Council depicting the atrocities of the Indian Forces on the innocent people of occupied Kashmir has been put on display here on Sunday.

More than one hundred pictures are showcased in the exhibition which highlighted the violation of the human rights by the Indian forces. Senator Najma Hameed flanked by Naheed Manzoor and Resident Director Waqar Ahmed inaugurated the exhibition. The day is marked when Indian troops landed in Srinagar on 27th October 1947 and occupied Jammu & Kashmir in total disregard to the patrician plan of the subcontinent and against the Kashmir’s aspiration.

While expressing her views on this occasion Senator Najma Hameed said that the series of the atrocities of the Indian forces on the innocent people of Jammu & Kashmir is the violation of the human rights and is challenge for the international powers claimant of human rights. She added that India’s rigid and unrealistic stance on Kashmir was the main hurdle in peaceful settlement of the conflict.

Naheed Manzoor said that United Nation is silent on the issue of this violation and scarifies of martyred of the occupied Kashmiris are demanded of independence.

On the directions of Executive Director, Punjab Arts Council, special events were also organized in Lahore, Sargodha, Gujranwala, Multan, Bahawalpur, Murree, Faisalabad and DG Khan to observe on Black Day to show solidarity with innocent Kashmiris.

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