October 2003 News

Kashmiris To Observe Black Day On Oct 27

8 October 2003
The Pakistan Tribune

London: Kashmiris living around the world including both sides of Line of Control would observe October 27 as black day as a protest against Indian Occupation on Kashmir. On October 27, 1947 India had taken control over Kashmir by force instead of giving the Kashmiris their right to self-determination as inscribed in the United Nations resolutions. The unjust Indian Occupation is still there from the last more than fifty years. Seven hundred thousands Indian troops committing grave human rights violations and atrocities in Indian held Kashmir to suppress the Indigenous freedom struggle launched by Kashmiri people. Kashmiris on both sides of Line of Control would observe complete strike on October 27 against the Indian Occupation. All business centers and educational institutions would remain close while wheel jam strike would be observed in held valley. Meanwhile overseas Kashmiris would also stage protest demonstrations and rallies throughout the world. In this connection a protest demonstration would be staged outside Indian High Commission in London. World Kashmir Freedom Movement has arranged the demonstration. The participants would demand of international human rights organizations to exert pressure on Indian government to allow international observers and human rights representatives to visit Occupied Kashmir to monitor the situation there.


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