A dissent exhibit was sorted out outside the Indian High Commission in Islamabad, today, regarding Kashmir Black Day.

The dissent exhibit was held to censure India’s coercive control of Jammu and Kashmir on this day in 1947 when India handled its soldiers in the region and involved it. Hurriyat pioneers, common society individuals, specialists and ladies took an interest in the dissent.

APHC AJK pioneers including Ghulam Muhammad Safi, Syed Yousuf Naseem, Abdul Hameed Lone, Mazoorul Haq Butt, Syed Manzoor Ahmad Shah and others spoke to the United Nations Security Council and human rights associations to assume their job in putting a conclusion to human rights infringement by Indian powers in involved Kashmir. They likewise required a conclusion to military lockdown in involved Kashmir and arrival of every single political pioneer. Muhammad Shafi Dar, Uzma Gul and Mahreen Waseem additionally censured the Indian barbarities in involved Kashmir.

The Hurriyat pioneers communicated their purpose to proceed with the opportunity battle despite seemingly insurmountable opposition as an undeniable trend has begun blowing for the Kashmiri individuals. The members of the dissent communicated their outrage regarding suspension of Internet, limitations on interchanges channel and muffle on media.

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