Pakistan Declares July 19 As “Black Day” To Protest Against India’s Alleged “Atrocities” In Kashmir

Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on July 15 declared that July 19 would be observed as ‘black day’ in Pakistan, so as to protest against Indian forces “atrocities” in Kashmir.

The announcement was made while Sharif was chairing Pakistan’s federal cabinet meeting.


During the meeting Sharif said that Pakistan will continue to extend its “moral, political and diplomatic support” to the Kashmiris and added:


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He then went on to call for a joint session of the parliament so as to further address the “Kashmir issue”.

Few days back Shraif has also condemned the Indian military for killing  Hizbul Mujahideen leader Burhan Wani, and had addressed Wani as a “Kashmiri leader.”



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