Kashmir Black Day commemorated in Beijing.


BEIJING -- Kashmir Black Day was commemorated here on Sunday to mark the illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir by India on October 27, 1947.

It was on this day when the Indian troops in a blatant violation of international laws and against the aspirations of Kashmiris invaded Jammu and Kashmir and occupied it.

This year, the eventful day has achieved greater significance following the revoking of status special of Occupied Kashmir on August 5, by the Indian government.

Addressing participants of an event organized to commemorate the day, Pakistan Ambassador to China, Naghmana Hashmi said the situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir has become very bleak after the withdrawal of its special status and curfew clamped by the Indian government and stressed for greater efforts to further mobilize the world community to resolve the Kashmir issue in accordance with the United Nations Resolutions.

'The Indian government's act is absolutely unconstitutional and against all the international laws while the atrocities being committed against the innocent Kashmiri people have crossed all the limits', she added.

Ambassador Hashmi said that finally the world community has started to realize the gravity of the situation, adding, the world media and some of the world leaders are gradually realizing that Kashmir is an issue and that there is a genocide and human rights disaster unfolding in Kashmir and it needs to be addressed.

She observed that after 55 years, the United Nations showed signals of waking up to reality. Now, it is the obligation of Kashmiris, Pakistanis and the friends of Kashmir to ensure its continuation.

Expressing concerns over the three months of curfew in Occupied Kashmir, she said that how long Kashmiris could sustain the pressure and said the present situation could explode at any time.

Ambassador Hashmi said Kashmir issue has...

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