Pakistanis from around the world and cashmere from both sides of the Control Line (LoC) observed "Black Day" on Sunday "to reject the illegal occupation of Kashmir in India" on October 27, 1947.
Full closure was observed in occupied Kashmir, he said Pakistan Radio.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, in a recorded statement, broadcast on Sunday, assured the people of Kashmir that
"All Pakistan is by your side."
Addressing the people of Kashmir, he said that the purpose of his speech was to convey a message that Prime Minister Imran was his lawyer and his spokesman.
He said that the United Nations had already recognized his right to self-determination and that he would continue his fight until the cashmere obtained their rights.
The prime minister reiterated that those who speak of military support or "jihad" in occupied Kashmir are enemies of Pakistan and the people of Kashmir.
Addressing the nation, the prime minister said the Indian government has stationed 900,000 army members in occupied Kashmir to terrorize the people. "This is his [the Indian government’s] objective, "he said.
The prime minister said the Indian government is looking for excuses to unleash military power over the people of Kashmir. He added that the Indian government wants to organize a Pulwama-style incident.
"The Modi government wants to hold Pakistan accountable [for unrest in Kashmir] and hide from the world what they are doing in Kashmir, "he said.
Prime Minister Imran said the Modi government wants to crush the people of Kashmir and subject it to cruelty while using this [any military support from Pakistan] as justification
"It is a political struggle," he reminded the nation.
Frustration, anger and fear have been growing in the region since August 5, when the Indian government stripped Kashmir of its semi-autonomous status and imposed a curfew and a communications blackout. With a brief restoration in some call and text message services for mobile phone services, repression has continued for more than 80 days.
Observed black day
Earlier in the day, the prime minister in a previous statement had said that this Black Kashmir Day is different from other years, Pakistan Radio reported.
He said that on October 27, 1947, India had illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and on August 5 of this year, "it took additional measures to unilaterally alter the disputed state of the territory and change its demographic structure and identity."
Through the deployment of additional troops and the "unprecedented communications and media blackout," occupied Kashmir had become the "largest prison on the planet," the prime minister added.
Prime Minister Imran said that Pakistan demands the "immediate lifting of the curfew and the blackout of communications, as well as the cancellation of illegal and unilateral actions of India in the occupied territory."
In his message, President Dr. Arif Alvi said: "Indian occupation forces are perpetrating unspeakable crimes against the people of Kashmir, including women and children, with total impunity."
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qurershi assured the cashmere "that we not only commemorate his exemplary spirit and spirit on the occasion of Black Kashmir Day", but also "reiterate our firm and continuing political, moral and diplomatic support to the people of IOJ & K in his great fight. " until they achieve their legitimate right of self-determination according to the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council. "
"India should realize that it cannot fool the world forever and that its proven and threshed accusations of terrorism, while at the same time being the main author of it, are of little importance to the international community," Qureshi said in his message. .
The PML-N also held demonstrations throughout Pakistan to express solidarity with the cashmere.
In its message
When addressing an event in Model Town, Shehbaz said: "If Pakistan is going to help Kashmir gain its independence, we need to correct our behavior."
"The whole country is united by the independence of Kashmir, but we will have to work hard. Imran Niazi has emptied the economy," he said.
In addition, the president of the PPP, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said that there were no two views on the problem of Kashmir in Pakistan. He added that the Kashmir problem must be resolved based on the wishes of the local population.
To express solidarity with Kashmir on Black Day, several programs were planned throughout Pakistan, Pakistan Radio He said, adding that Pakistani missions abroad were instructed to organize events with the Pakistani diaspora, local parliamentarians, expert groups and others to highlight the importance of the day.
In Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), the Kashmir Liberation Cell, Hurriyet and religious organizations organized demonstrations, demonstrations and protests. AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider presided over the main event in Muzaffarabad, where a rally was also held.
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The Punjab government marked Black Day in collaboration with the federal government. In chairing a meeting of the Punjab Kashmir Committee, the law minister and committee chairman, Basharat Raja, said the longest and worst curfew in occupied Kashmir was extremely deplorable.
Additional reports by Adnan Sheikh