Pakistan is observing the Black day on Indian Independence day. The decision to mark India’s Independence Day as Kashmir Day and to dedicate this day to Kashmiris and their “struggle for an independent home”, was taken the prime minister Imran Khan at the meeting of National Security Council, last week when Indian Government decided to revoke article 370.
Black flags will be lifted all over Pakistan and in Azad J&K to show solidarity to the Kashmiris “fighting for their lives”. Seminars are also being conducted to highlight the troubles of oppressed Kashmiris who are under strict curfew and lockdown and can’t even go out of their houses because the Indian forces have locked them in their houses and cut down any mean of communication with the outside world.
“We will wear black bands around the arms while carrying black flags and also with the black flags hoisted up the buildings at both sides of the LoC”, said by the participant of the rally held in the country.
Moreover, a protest will also be held in front of India High Commission in Islamabad to protest against the attitude of the government of India in the Occupied Kashmir.
The chief minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar has also appealed to people to come out in support of the people of Kashmir and participate in the rallied being held to tell the world the people of Kashmir and Pakistan are inseparable.