Kashmir Black Day Pakistan Embassy in Berlin 2017
The Embassy of Pakistan in Berlin held a seminar in connection with ‘Black Day’ (27th October 1947); when the Indian Occupying Forces first set their foot in the Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). The event was attended by large number of students, media persons, Pakistani/ Kashmiri and local community. A video documentary about the ongoing brutalities in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) was shown to the audience. The gathering was addressed by Pakistani students, prominent Pakistani/Kashmiri community members, who highlighted the current human rights violations and crisis in IOK and killing/injuring scores of people by the Indian Occupation Forces. The speakers paid rich tribute to the people of IOK for their indigenous and courageous struggle; and implored their inherent right of self-determination. Mr. Abdur Rasheed Turabi, Member Legislative Assembly, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and convener of All Parties Kashmir coordination council especially participated in the seminar. He highlighted the ongoing brutalities in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). Charge d’ Affaires (a.i) Mr. Ameer Khurram Rathore read out the messages of President and Prime Minister of Pakistan to the audience; and, in his remarks detailed the brutal use of force by the Indian Occupying Forces, which has miserably failed to suppress the indigenous struggle of the Kashmiri people for their right of self-determination. He also highlighted the importance of newly established Friends of Kashmir Forum, upon the initiative of president AJK. He also added that the dispute of Jammu & Kashmir was one of the oldest unresolved issues on the agenda of the United Nation Security Council. The non-implementation of the UNSC resolution is not only a big question mark on the credibility of the UN itself but is also a test for the international community. Later in the day the Pakistani/Kashmiri and local community staged a huge protest demonstration from famous Brandenburg gate to the Federal Chancellery to highlight Indian atrocities against the oppressed people of Indian Held Kashmir (IHK).

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