LAHORE: Due to on going clashes in occupied Kashmir which ‘claimed’ around 30 lives, Pakistan decided to observe ‘Black Day’ to show solidarity with the people of occupied Kashmir on 19 July 2016, Aaj news reported.
As reported, Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif said in a statement that Kashmir’s freedom movement can not be terminate through violence.
Prime Minister declared Martyred Burhan Wani as a soldier of freedom.
Wani’s martyrdom will encourage Kashmiri youth regarding freedom movement and they will fight for it with more enthusiasm, said Prime Minister.
Due to continuous abuse and violence on Kashmiris by Indian Army, Government of Pakistan has now decided to show solidarity with Kashmir. Black Day will be observed on July 10, 2016, said sources.