Kashmir Day posters For Kashmir Exploitation Day

Kashmir Day posters

Kashmir Day Posters to mark Black Day on August 

Kashmir Day Posters commemorating August 5 as Black Day have been hung at various places in Occupied Kashmir.

According to details, the Kashmir day posters have been put up in the occupied valley by other parties including Tehreek-e-Azadi Jammu and Kashmir to mark the Black Day on Kashmiris on August 5 and protest against the ongoing atrocities by India and its forces. Kashmiri parties said that Kashmiris have rejected the illegal, unconstitutional and unilateral moves of the Modi-led fascist government.

It may be recalled that on August 5, 2019, the special status of Occupied Kashmir was abolished by the Modi government.

 Today, it has been 3 years since the people of Occupied Kashmir lost their freedom of movement. The Government of Pakistan has decided that August 5 will be observed as Kashmir Exploitation Day in solidarity with the Kashmiri brothers. On August 5, 2019, the extremist government of India took several steps, including removing Kashmir’s special status in the Indian Constitution. Fearing a backlash from the Kashmiri people, more troops were deployed in occupied Kashmir. Offices, business centers, markets and transport were closed. Tourists and non-locals were asked to leave the area within 24 hours. To change the constitutional status, two important articles 370 and 35A included in the constitution were repealed. Deprecated. Historically, India has been a member of the United Nations. I pledged to resolve the issue of final annexation of Kashmir according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people but also stipulated that the Mujahideen be expelled from the state and the situation be normalized. Challenged the status quo and protested against sending Indian troops to Kashmir. Following these initial complaints, the Security Council passed 20 resolutions on Kashmir. After international deliberation, the Security Council adopted Resolution 47 (1948), which has since become the central reference for all international efforts to resolve the Kashmir issue. 

Two recommendations were made for the withdrawal of troops from Kashmir and then a referendum to decide its future. The resolution called for ensuring the withdrawal of Pakistani militants and forces, as well as the withdrawal of almost all Indian troops from Kashmir. After disarming the region, the United Nations appointed an administrator for the referendum, giving the Kashmiri people the right to decide their own future. The UNCIP presented a plan after deliberation, but India rejected the plan, saying that in its view, Pakistan had invaded the kingdom of Kashmir and that it wanted the plan to be implemented. Make it clear India called the plan “unreasonable” and refused to co-operate in implementing it. All Security Council resolutions adopted since then have reiterated their call for the disarmament of the region and for a referendum in accordance with Resolution 47, but this has not happened to date. India and Pakistan have fought wars in 1965, 1971 and 1999 and now it is time for a nuclear confrontation. The State Legislative Assembly of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir was not consulted before the special status of Kashmir was terminated, which was mandatory under Article 370 (3) of the Indian Constitution. 

The Kashmir Assembly was dissolved in June 2018 when the alliance between the PDP and the BJP ended. After that, Governor’s Rule and then Presidential Rule was imposed on Kashmir. There was no elected government in Occupied Kashmir, but according to the 2019 presidential decree, the governor will use the powers of the state assembly to make recommendations to the president on Article 370. The recent visit of the Indian president was in this context. Despite continuous repression, house sieges, arrests, martyrdoms and desecration of the four walls by the Indian side, the Kashmiri people seem determined, they call their martyrs Pakistanis. They are buried wrapped in flags. Kashmir day Posters have been put up at various places in occupied Kashmir to celebrate August 5 as Black Day. In the occupied valley, the Kashmir day posters have been put up by other parties, including the Jammu and Kashmir Independence Movement, urging Kashmiris to observe Black Day on August 5 and record protests against atrocities committed by India and its forces. Kashmiri parties say that Kashmiris have rejected the illegal, unconstitutional and unilateral moves of the fascist government in Modi. Amnesty International, the Human Rights Commission, the United Nations, Genocide Watch and the European Commission on Human Rights have declared India’s actions illegal and unethical. Kashmir Exploitation Day is a reminder to inform the international community about Indian atrocities in Kashmir and the rights of Kashmiris themselves.

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