ISLAMABAD: The Kashmiris in the Indian Held Kashmir are observing 27 October as the darkest day in the history of Kashmir ‘s history.
According to Kashmir Media Service , the joint resistance leadership has said that 27th October 1947 is the darkest day in the history of Kashmir when India in violation of all international norms and democratic values landed its troops in Jammu and Kashmir and occupied the territory against the will of Kashmiri people.
The Hurriyet leadership in a joint statement in Srinagar said that since then Jammu and Kashmir had been reeling under the brute occupation of Indian troops and paramilitary forces.
The statement said that people of Kashmir were demanding fulfillment of promises, which the first Indian Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, had made with them while addressing a gathering at Lal Chowk in Srinagar. He had pledged that the Kashmir dispute would be resolved as per resolutions of the United Nations.
The joint resistance leadership said, the Kashmiris always observe this day as black day in protest against the illegal occupation of Kashmir by India. The statement condemned the ongoing arrest spree unleashed by Indian forces in every nook and corner of the territory.
APHC leader, Nayeem Ahmad Khan, in a statement issued in Srinagar terming the arrest of teenagers and students across the Kashmir Valley as barbaric, inhuman and shameful act said that killings, arrests, loot, ransacking and beating unarmed people including women and children tantamount to war crimes.
He asked the international community to take notice of Indian brutalities in the occupied territory.
Hurriyet leader, Javaid Ahmad Mir, in his statement termed Kashmir an internationally recognized under the several resolutions resolutions passed by the UN Security Council that acknowledged the Kashmiris’ right to self-determination. -APP