Black Day marked by shutdown in IIOJK observed » Kashmir Media Service

Pakistani map, flag hoisted in Srinagar
Srinagar, October 27 (KMS): Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and the world over observed 27 October as Black Day, today, to express their total rejection of 73 years of illegal occupation of their motherland by India.

The day was marked by complete shutdown across the occupied territory. All government and private offices, shops and business establishments were closed while traffic was thin.

Posters with Pakistani map showing Jammu and Kashmir as its part, Pakistani flag and pro-freedom slogans were hoisted in Nowatta and other areas of Srinagar. Indian forces’ personnel were deployed in strength to prevent protest marches, rallies and seminars against the 27th October 1947 invasion as well as revocation of the special status of Kashmir by Modi-led fascist regime on August 5, last year.

Indian Army had invaded Jammu and Kashmir on this day in 1947 in an attempt to subjugate and terrorize the Kashmiri people. The action was against international laws, Partition Plan of the Subcontinent and the wishes of the people of Kashmir. India based its case on an instrument of accession, which was later proven fake by independent researchers on Kashmir.

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