MIRPUR (APP) – Jammu and Kashmir people inhibiting both sides of the line of control and rest of the world, would observe India’s independence day on Wednesday – August 15 as Black Day to condemn India for constantly denying Kashmiris birth right to self determination besides to apprise the external world of the continued Indian atrocities unleashed against the people in occupied Jammu and Kashmir fighting for liberation of the state from the Indian rule.
The observance of the scheduled Indian Independence day as black day is also aimed at to express extreme indignation and hatred against the Indian imperialism for forcibly keeping bulk part of the State in her unlawful and forcible occupation since last 71 years, organizers said.
“Anti-India rallies followed by protest demonstrations in all small and major cities and towns at both sides of the LoC, will be hallmark of the day”, an AJK govt. spokesman told APP here on Monday.
“Participants of the protest rallies will wear black bands around their arms as a sign of hatred against India, according to the organizers of the special black day programs. Black flags will be hoisted atop the buildings by the protesting Kashmiris at both sides of the LoC”, according to the spokesperson.
In Azad Jammu & Kashmir, anti-India rallies will be staged and processions will be brought out in all small and major cities including AJK’s capital city of Muzafferabad and all other nine district headquarters of Mirpur, Kotli, Bagh, Bhimbher, Palandri, Rawalakot, Haveili, Jhelum Valley and Neelam valley by the people belonging to walks of life to reiterate severe hatred against the Indian imperialism.
In Mirpur, major protest rally to observe the Indian Independence day as black day will be staged at the central office of Markazi Anjuman e Tajraan Ittehad group on Wednesday at 10.00 a.m under the auspices of the organization with the coordination of various public representative organizations representing the people of all walks of life, announced Ch. Mahmood Ahmed, Supreme Head of the Organization.
People from all shades of public opinion will attend, he told reporters here on Monday. Mahmood said that the participants of the rally will take out a procession and carry black banners besides parading through major cities streets to express severe indignation against the Indian brutalities and human rights abuses in occupied Jammu Kashmir and in favour of Kashmiris birth right of self determination.