Kashmiris observe black day against Indian occupation

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While terming the 27 October as black day and the day of mourning for the Kashmiris, Joint resistance leaders comprising of Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Mohammad Yasin Malik called for complete shutdown on Friday October 27, 2017.

She said a peaceful settlement of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions is also a pre-requisite for lasting peace and stability in South Asia.

The President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir, UK, Faheem Kiyani vowed to expose across the Europe and other western countries the gross human rights violations perpetrated by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir.

President Mamnoon Hussain said that the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir are engaged in a struggle for the realisation of their right to self-determination against forces of tyranny and foreign occupation.

On the occasion, Anas Sarwar said Indian forces were blinding Kashmiri children using pellet guns and over 400 children had lost their vision.

The PM also called for an independent, transparent and fair investigation into these human rights violations under the United Nation.

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"The Indian National Congress had at that time adopted a policy about these princely states that the decision regarding to the future of these states will not be taken by the Maharajas or kings but it is the sole right of the people of the states and they will be asked for their political aspirations".

A new wave of state terrorism engulfed the Kashmiris, especially women when incidents of braid chopping started happening in the valley.

He added, "This support will continue till the realisation of the lawful right to self-determination of the people of Jammu and Kashmir".

SRINAGAR: More than 220 youth from Jammu and Kashmir were inducted into the Army after completing a year-long rigorous training."The Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry Regimental Centre showcased its latest batch of 222 passing out young soldiers from the state", an army official said.A glittering passing out parade was held at the Bana Singh Parade Ground of JAKLI Centre which was reviewed by Major General S K Sharma."The passing out parade depicts graduation of a recruit and his transformation into a young soldier".

Observance of another black day by the Kashmiris on October 27 may awake the conscious of global community towards India's continued forcible occupation of Kashmir and they may ask the leadership of the so-called big democratic India to grant democratic fundamental right to the Kashmiris in accordance with United Nations resolutions.