Kashmiris observe black day against Indian occupation

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Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK President Faheem Kiyani vowed to expose Indian forces' human rights violations in the valley across the Europe and other western countries.

The Senate of Pakistan on Friday passed a resolution unanimously condemning the unabated state terrorism by Indian forces and deplored the continuing silence of the global towards the ongoing violence being perpetrated in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK).

Commemorating the black day of Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir on Oct 27, 1947, "the Senate of Pakistan reiterates the stance of Hurriyat Leadership that any attempt for dialogue without engaging Pakistan in this regard is not only against longstanding worldwide resolutions of the United Nations, but reflects India's continued selfishness, insincerity and blatant disregard of global principles of self-determination." the resolution said.

The chief of Hizbul Mujahideen has said that they are ready for talks only if New Delhi accepts that Kashmir is a disputed territory.

Despite killing and blinding thousands of Kashmiris, the Indian forces are unable to shake their firm stand to be part of the Pakistan.

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The first point of the resolution reads: "This gathering resolves that October 27, 1947 is the blackest day in the history of Kashmir and people of Kashmir will continue to fight against this forced control".

"The Indian National Congress had at that time adopted a policy about these princely states that the decision regarding to the future of these states will not be taken by the Maharajas or kings but it is the sole right of the people of the states and they will be asked for their political aspirations".

The Ambassador said the Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir is not only a travesty of justice and legality, it is also a betrayal of the legitimate right of the Kashmiri people to determine their own destiny. Pakistan has been raising voice for the oppressed and suppressed Kashmiris on all worldwide forums. During the meeting rich tributes were paid to those who lost their lives for sake of ongoing freedom movement.

AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan said that the Indian occupation of Kashmir reflects their ambiguous ambition of expansion.

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