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HEADLINES

JULY 20, 2016

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Black Day is being observed on Wednesday to show solidarity with Kashmiri people against Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.

Prime Minister says India has no option but to bow before the will of Kashmiri people.

Balochistan Chief Minister says law and order issue is being created in the province through conspiracies.

In the United States, Republican Party has nominated Donald Trump presidential candidate.

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Black Day is being observed on Wednesday to show solidarity with Kashmiri people against Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.

Prime Minister says India has no option but to bow before the will of Kashmiri people.

Balochistan Chief Minister says law and order issue is being created in the province through conspiracies.

In the United States, Republican Party has nominated Donald Trump presidential candidate.

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DAY

Black Day is being observed on Wednesday across the country and on both sides of Line of Control to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people and lodge protest against grave human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.

Rallies and functions are being 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 are wearing black arms band while on duty to express political, moral and diplomatic support to Kashmiris.

 

NAWAZ MESSAGE

The Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif says India cannot suppress Kashmiris freedom struggle by the use of force and it has no option but to bow before the will of Kashmiri people.

In a message on the occasion of black day on On Wednesday against atrocities of Indian security forces in Occupied Kashmir, he urged India to grant right to self-determination to Kashmiris as pledged by its leadership and the United Nations.

The Prime Minister said India has disenchanted and offended three generations of Kashmiris because of its repressive approach and it is time for New Delh to decide whether it would stop shedding blood of Kashmiris or grant them right to self-determination. 

MALEEHA

At the United Nations, Pakistan permanent envoy Maleeha Lodhihas delivered a letter to the president of UN Security Council written by Pakistan's Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz.

On the Occasion, she briefed the UN Security Council President about the current situation in Occupied Kashmir.

Maleeha Lodhi said denial of self determination to people of Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir has resulted in the most atrocious human rights violations. 

 

DAY SHAHBAZ

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said

Kashmiri people freedom struggle for their right to self determination cannot be suppressed at gun point.

In a statement on Wednesday, he strongly condemned the killings of innocent citizens of Occupied Kashmir by the Indian armed forces.

 

DAY-PESHAWAR

Rallies were also taken out in Peshawar on Wednesday to express solidarity with the Kashmiri people.

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

They asked the United Nations to implement its resolution on Kashmir.    

 

DAY BALOCHISTAN

Like other parts of the country Black Day is also being observed in Balochistan to express solidarity with the Kashmir people. 

 

DAY-GILGIT

In Gilgit, addressing a protest rally Chief Minister Hafiz

Hafeez-ur- Rehman said people of Gilgit Baltistan will not leave their Kashmiri brethren alone in this crucial juncture. 

He paid glowing tributes to Kashmiri martyrs who sacrificed their lives for their in alienable right to self- determination.

 

APHC

In occupied Kashmir, All Parties Hurriyet Conference leader Nayeem Ahmed Khan has said that the Kashmiris’ ongoing movement is only aimed at securing their right to self-determination.

In a statement in Srinagar he said that leadership of India must know that the ongoing struggle in Kashmir was not any terrorism.

 

ZEHRI

Balochistan Chief MinisterNawab Sanuallh Khan Zehri has said that  ninety five percent terrorism has been eliminated in the province while remaining five percent terrorists would be dealt with iron hands.

He said this while addressing at a function of distributing lap tops among position holder students of universities of Punjab in Quetta.

He said that people of Balochistan are peace loving while law and order issue is being created in the province through conspiracies.

 

AJK ELECTION

Azad Jammu and Kashmir Election Commission has said that all the arrangements for holding free, fair and transparent elections tomorrow have been finalized.

Over 26 million voters of 29 constituencies of AJK and 12 reserved seats for Refugees of Jammu Kashmir settled in Pakistan will exercise their franchise for 41 legislative Assembly seats.

 

US

Donald Trump has officially clinched the Republican nomination for US president.

Mr Trump is expected to accept the nomination on Thursday after state delegates formally selected him.

Meanwhile German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter has said Donald Trump, having clinched the Republican Party's nomination for the Nov. 8 presidential election, threatens U.S. and world security with his politics of fear and isolation.

FRANCE

In France, National Assembly has voted to extend the state of emergency in the country for six months.

The move follows last week's attack in Nice in which eighty four people were killed and several injured when a lorry was driven into crowds. 

                              

 

 


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