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Pakistan to observe Black Day on Sunday in solidarity with IoK

Country to observe Black Day on Sunday in solidarity with IoK
Pakistan: Pakistan has decided to observe Black Day on 27th October (Sunday) to express solidarity with people of Indian Occupied Kashmir.
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According to sources, the day will be observed on both national and international level against Indian atrocities in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
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The government has devised a proper plan to carry out rallies, demonstration and public gathering at district and Tehsil level in the country including Gilgit-Baltistan and AJK.
The plan also includes highlighting human rights violation from Indian forces and emphasizing their prolonged brutalities, added sources.
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Earlier, on 5th of August, Modi-led government had revoked Articles 370 and 35-A of Indian constitution. This step suspended the special status of the valley.
Pakistan has been organizing protests along with solidarity activities since the day India has imposed curfew in the valley. It has been 82 days since the life is paralyzed in Indian Occupied Kashmir.
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