Black Day was observed across the country and on both sides of Line of Control on Wednesday to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir and condemn grave human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.

Rallies and functions were held across the country and Azad Kashmir to draw attention of the world community towards the burning issue of Kashmir.

All officials of federal and provincial governments wore black arms band while on duty to express political, moral and diplomatic support to Kashmiris.

Black Day was also observed in President House Islamabad to express solidarity with Kashmiri people against Indian atrocities in Indian Occupied Kashmir. 

President and officials of President House wore black armbands to express solidarity with the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir.

Special prayers were offered for liberation of Kashmir from Indian Occupation. 

Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz while strongly condemning the brutalities committed by Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir has urged United Nations to take steps for the holding of plebiscite as per its resolutions.

In his message on the occasion, he said Kashmir is the unfinished agenda of the United Nations.

He said Pakistan will continue its political, diplomatic and moral support to the struggle of Kashmiris for their right to self determination. 


The Black Day was observed in Lahore against the Indian forces' atrocities on innocent Kashmiri people in the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

 In this regard, a large number of political, social and academic institutions observed the day to highlight the plight of Kashmiri people in the Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. 

Special functions, seminars, and protest rallies were taken out by various organizations to record the protest. 


The Black Day was also observed in Sindh against the Indian aggression and atrocities in occupied Kashmir. 

Speakers addressing seminars and rallies strongly condemned the inhuman brutality of Indian troops against the unarmed Kashmiri people in the occupied Kashmir.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa:

Rallies were also staged in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA on Wednesdy to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people.

Speakers addressing the rallies said that sacrifices rendered by Kashmiri people to achieve their right to self-determination will not go waste.


Black Day was observed in Balochistan to express solidarity with the Kashmir people.

All government and private sector employee are wearing black arms band to express political, moral and diplomatic support for the Kashmiris. Various rallies were also staged in the province.


In Gilgit-Baltistan, black day was observed to express solidarity with their Kashmiri brethren in Occupied Kashmir.

Addressing a protest rally in Gilgit, Chief Minister Hafiz Hafeez-ur-Rehman said people of Gilgit Baltistan will not leave their Kashmiri brethren alone at this crucial juncture.    He paid great homage to Kashmiri martyrs who sacrificed their lives for their in alienable right to self- determination.

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