Photo Exhibition on Indian Forces’ Atrocities on Innocent People of Held Kashmir

As many as 80 pictures depicting Indian forces’ atrocities on innocent people of Indian Held Kashmir have been put on display at an exhibition at Rawalpindi Arts Council (RAC) here on Wednesday.

The exhibition is a series of the programmes organised in connection with 27 October 2012 the day declared by the government of Pakistan as Black Day in the history of Occupied Kashmir.

The day will be marked when Indian troops landing in Srinagar on 27 October 1947 and occupied Jammu and Kashmir in total disregard to the patrician plan of the sub continent and against the Kashmir’s aspiration. The exhibition was inaugurated by PML-N leader Siddiq-ul-Farooq. RAC Resident Director Waqar Ahmed, former director Naheed Manzoor and many other art loves of twin cities were also present on the occasion.

Siidique-ul-Farooq, while expressing his views, said that the continuous atrocity of the Indian forces on the innocent people of Jammu and Kashmir was a very long story and the violation of the human rights was a routine matter for the Indian forces.

The United Nations (UN) was silent about the issue of this violation, he said adding that they scarifies rendered by Kashmiris for independence would not be gone waste. He added that India’s rigid and unrealistic stance on Kashmir was the main hurdle in peaceful settlement of the core issue.

Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and all across the world would observe Black Day on 27 of October to convey a strong message to the international community that no body could stop them from getting freedom from the cruel jaws of Indian army.

He said that the international community should value and respect peaceful struggle of Kashmiris and persuade India to resolve the Kashmir dispute on priority basis.

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