Aug, 15th observed as Black Day in Dir
TIMERGARA: The Lower Dir administration and civil society jointly observed the Indian Independence Day as Black Day at Timergara here on Thursday.
A big procession led by deputy commissioner Shaukat Ali Yousafzai was taken out from Balambat the participants of which chanted pro-Kashmir and anti-Indian slogans while marching on the road. The participants vowed to extend moral, political and social support to Kashmiri brethren at this challenging junction. People from all walks of life participated in the walk.
Speaking on the occasion the Lower Dir deputy commissioner Shaukat Ali Yousafzai termed the acts of Indian in Kashmir as inhuman and barbaric. He said the Indian acts were against the UN charter and violation of human rights. “India will never succeed in suppressing the Kashmiris’ legitimate right to self-determination,” he said, adding a loud and clear message to the world should go that the hearts of Pakistanis and Kashmiris beat in unison.
The Deputy Commissioner said Pakistan would continue its political, moral and diplomatic support of Kashmiri Muslims for their right to self-determination. He said that using of Cluster bombs and pellets Gun in Kashmir was a blatant violation of UNO resolutions and basic human rights. “The Civilized nations must come forward and take serious notice of the Kashmiri genocide and human right violation in Indian Occupied Kashmir,” the DC added.
Other speakers asked the government to severe bilateral ties with India and expel Indian ambassadors in support of Kashmiri Muslims. They said the residents of Dir especially youth would never hesitate to fight side by side with the Pakistan army in case of any aggression of Indian forces in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.