Pakistan to hold a "Black Day" function in British Parliament in connection with India's invasion of occupied Kashmir
LONDON - Pakistan High Commission (PHC) London would organize a “Black Day” function in the British Parliament on October 24, in connection with India’s invasion and occupation of Kashmir on October 27,1947.
Pakistan High Commission sources said that speakers including members of the British parliament, representatives of All Parties Parliamentary Group (APPG), Lords, Councillors and British-Pakistani and Kashmiri leaders would participate in the event.
The speakers would highlight the Indian atrocities and gross violation of human rights by the brutal Indian occupation forces and illegal occupation of Kashmir by India since October 27,1947.
The speakers would also highlight the ongoing indigenous freedom struggle launched by the valiant Kashmiri people to get their birth right of self-determination,granted to them by the United Nations Security Council to decide their future destiny in the light of UN sponsored plebiscite and according to their wishes.
They would also pay tributes and homage to the people of Indian occupied Kashmir for their unprecedented sacrifices for the cause of Kashmir freedom movement.
The speakers would also call upon the international community, and peace loving nations to pressure India stop violation of human rights and genocide of people in occupied Kashmir forthwith and allow people of Kashmir to decide their future destiny though holding a UN sponsored plebiscite .