Pakistan to observe “Black Day” on Oct 27 to show solidarity with Kashmiris


Islamabad: A notification was issued from the Ministry of Interior here on Wednesday which informed that Pakistan will observe “Black Day” on October 27 in order to show solidarity with the people living in the occupied region in India.

“The national flag shall be flown at half-mast throughout the country on Sunday, October 27, 2019.”

Kashmiris are suffering at the hands of Indian Army as the lockdown in Kashmir reached its 51st day in Indian Held Kashmir.

So, the Ministry of Interior issued a notice of observing “Black Day” on Oct 27 to express love and harmony for the miserable and poor souls of Occupied Kashmir.

Earlier, PM Imran Khan said that “It’s no use entering dialogues with India until it decides to lift curfew in occupied Kashmir.”

It is pertinent to note that PM Imran Khan is in the US to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly. He has briefed the Kashmir Issue at the International forum and urge them to take action against Modi government.

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