August 5, 2021: Pakistan to observe Black Day of Jammu and Kashmir. Two years of Indian brutalities

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The Kashmir Black Day being observed in Pakistan and across the world, today is unmistakable from the past. On 27 October 1947, India had unlawfully involved Jammu and Kashmir, and, on 5 August 2019, it made further moves to singularly modify the contested status of the domain and change its segment design and personality by annulling article 370. Pakistan, the Kashmiris, and the Muslim Ummah have completely dismissed this tragedy of law and equity.

Since 5 August 2019, the scale and force of the Indian government’s basic liberties infringement have expanded a few folds. Through the arrangement of extra soldiers and an extraordinary media and interchanges power outage, that has proceeded for close to 12 months, Indian involved Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ&K) has been transformed into the biggest jail on earth. There is a lack of prescriptions and fundamental food things. Thousands have been subjectively confined. A great many little fellows have been kidnapped, detained in undisclosed areas, and exposed to cruel and debasing treatment. The Indian state-psychological oppression has turned much more terrible.

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Individuals of Jammu and Kashmir need harmony and put stock in settling questions calmly through discourse. Yet, this doesn’t imply that they should exchange their opportunity and right to self-assurance for harmony and strength in the locale. Indian barbarous activities against the Kashmiris arrived at a peak on August 5, last year, when New Delhi likewise forced severe lockdown in the IOK and conveyed more than 900,000 soldiers there.

In any case, notwithstanding the work of different types of state illegal intimidation on the Muslim Kashmiris, the conflict of freedom proceeds in Indian-held Kashmir. In these terms, the fifth of August is another Black Day for the Kashmiris, which has additionally uncovered the fantasy of India as the biggest popular government.

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Overloaded and endured on pause for their vanished children, many dads have blurred, while those enduring are proceeding with their battle despite their interminable stand-by intuition when will Kashmir be free?




730 Days of military siege :pleading_face: