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Black Day against the Indian atrocities in held Kashmir to be observed on Thursday

Peshawar: The Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Division, Government of Pakistan has announced to observe October 27, 2011 as Black Day. The purpose of observance this day is to raise voice against the Indian atrocities in held Kashmir besides showing solidarity with the Kashmiris.

A notification issued by the Ministry of Kashmir Affairs, Government of Pakistan to this effect says that various programmes have been chalked out with reference to showing sympathies with the Kashmiri people and unveiling the Indian barbarism.

The print and electronic media have also been appealed in the notification to publish and broadcast special programmes with reference to the black day highlighting the Indian atrocities to the people particularly the world community so that the message of the suppressed Kashmiris who were just fighting for the cause of their self determination could clearly be conveyed to the herald of justice in an effective manner.

For more information, contact:
Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Tel: +9291 921 6889 (Ext 106)
Email: info@khyberpakhtunkhwa.gov.pk

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