Black Day: protest in front of Indian High Commission in London

By Shiraz Shaikh - Web Editor

15th August, 2019

Special Assistant to Prime Minister Zulfi Bukhari has said that Pakistan’s role in the future will be vital. Narendra Modi became stressed due to PM Imran Khan’s visit to US.

Today protests will be taken out against India all over the world. In England, Pakistani community will observe black day on India’s Independence Day.

In a tweet Zulfi Bukhari urged the Muslim and Pakistani community to come out in front of Indian High Commission in England and protest. No political party flags should be brought, he added.

Zulfi Bukhari has appealed to Pakistani and Kashmiri people to welcome all protestors and observe black day with full efforts. People from India under human rights cause and people from different religions will also join the protests.

Today there will only be Kashmiri flags and placards against Modi in the protests. Today is only for Kashmir. There is no political party, everybody will participate to record their protests, he added.

Pakistani and Kashmiri all around the world are observing 15 August Indian Independence Day as black day.

According to the details, Pakistan’s flag will also remain half-mast in observance of black day and solidarity with Kashmir.

Black flags will be hoisted in Pakistan and Kashmir on the houses and vehicles.

Pakistani and Kashmiri will organize mass rallies and protests all around the world against Indian occupation in Kashmir and its recent atrocities after abrogation of article 370.

Rallies and protests will be also organized domestically to show solidarity with Kashmir and highlight Indian aggression and atrocities in Indian occupied Kashmir.

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