Kashmiris observe 15 August as a black day on India’s Independence holiday

Kashmiris observed black day on India’s Independence holiday as a protest against the criminal occupation.

Kashmiris Black Day:

MIRPUR: To mark a sturdy protest over Delhi’s villainous action of scrapping the special state of Jammu and Azad Kashmir, the individuals of disputed Hamaliya state is set to observe ‘Black Day’ on August 15 on India’s Independence Day holiday.

Every year, Kashmiris observed India’s national days, as well as the Independence holiday, as ‘Black Day’ to condemn the terrorist act.

India has unleashed history’s worst atrocities against the Kashmiris fighting for the liberation of the land from the forced Bharat rule for the past seventy-five years.

Kashmiris observe 15 August as a black day on India’s Independence holiday

The spokesperson of the AJK government aforesaid that Anti-India rallies followed by protest demonstrations in all tiny and major cities and towns on each side of the LINE OF CONTROL are going to be the hallmark of the day.

Participants of the protest rallies wore black bands around their arms as an indication of protest against Bharat, per the organizers of the Black Day programs.

Additionally, Kashmiris on each side of the LINE OF CONTROL can hoist black flags atop the private and buildings.

In Azad Jammu & Kashmir, anti-India rallies were staged in all small and major cities, as well as Muzaffarabad and other 9 district headquarters of Mirpur, Kotli, Bagh, Bhimbher, Palandri, Rawalakot, Haveli, Jhelum Valley, and Neelam Valley.

Participants of the rallies marched in major town streets carrying black banners and placards to specific anger against India for turning the Indian-occupied Jammu Kashmir into the world’s largest jail.

An outsized variety of individuals from each walk of life observed the Indian national holiday as ‘Black day’, the authorities underlined.

Kashmiris on each side of the Line of Control (LOC) and therefore the world over observed black day on India’s seventy-fifth Independence day holiday as a protest against the criminal occupation of the Indian government of Kashmir valley.

At the All Parties Hurriyat Conference, supported by all Hurriyat leaders as well as Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Shabbir Ahmad Shah of Iran and Kashmiri organizations, a whole conclusion and civil curfew were enforced within the valley of Indian Illegal Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Black flags were hoisted within the whole valley on India’s Independence Day holiday to draw the eye of the planet toward Indian brutality within the occupied territory anti-India demonstrations have been held across the planet by Kashmiris.

Kashmiris observe 15 August as a black day on India’s Independence holiday

Sikhs took out rallies in Nankana Sahib against Bharat

A large variety of Sikh community members took out a rally in Nankana Sahib in Pakistan against India.

That rally began from Gurdwara Janam Asthan and stopped at Gurdwara Tambo Sahab. The Pakistani Sikh community raised its voice against the ill-usage of the Indian Sikhs by the BJB-led Modi government in India.

The protesters raised the Khalistan flags within the rally and demanded that Khalistan ought to be free from India.

The Sikh community of Nankana Sahib Pakistan took out an anti-India rally in Nankana Sahib to condemn the attack on the Golden Temple by Indian forces in June 1984.

The rally was attended by an outsized variety of individuals belonging to the Sikh community. Rally participants hold placards and banners with anti-India slogans.

The protesters led by Sardar Gopal Singh Chawla demanded of the United Nations to require action against Indian culprits concerned within the massacre of Sikhs in 1984.

They conjointly condemned the Indian atrocities on innocent individuals of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.