Black Day Observed across Balochistan against Kashmir occupation
Home Minister Balochistan, Ziaullah Langove leading a protest rally against Indian atrocities in Kashmir: Photo provided by Balochistan information ministry

Black Day Observed across Balochistan against Kashmir occupation

Staff Reporter :

Black day observed in Quetta and other parts of Balochistan against the Indian occupation of the Kashmir valley. Political parties, members of civil society, and various organizations took out rallies against the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.

In Quetta, a large number of people marched on the roads during a rally in solidarity with oppressed Kashmiris. Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove led the flags-waving protesters. “We strongly condemn Indian atrocities in the occupied valley”, Mr. Langove told reporters.

Participants marched on different roads of Quetta 

Participants of the rally marched on various roads of Quetta city to vent their anger against the Indian occupation of Kashmir valley in 1947. The protesters chanted slogans against the Indian government and demanded of the United Nations Security Council to play its role to end violence against Kashmiris.

“UNSC needs to come forward and end this barbarism”, Home Minister said. People belonging to various walks of life were part of the protest rally.

Protest rallies taken out in other parts of Balochistan too 

Besides Quetta, people also took out protest rallies in Pishin, Kalat, and other cities of Balochistan to condemn Indian atrocities in the occupied valley. Scores of people participated in the rallies across Balochistan.

Agha Qadir Shah adds: 

Political parties and the district administration took out a protest rally against Indian atrocities in the occupied valley in Kalat. The protesters marched on different roads. Later on, students delivered their stormy speeches in the support of oppressed Kashmiris in district Hall.

A debate competition in Quetta’s Marriabad area was held among students of different schools to speak on Indian occupation and atrocities. Students belonging to various government and privately-run schools participated in the debate competition to highlight the plight of voiceless Kashmiris.

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