PAC observed black day in solidarity with Kashmiri people

PAC observed black day in solidarity with Kashmiri people

RAWALPINDI (DNA) Punjab Arts Council organized photographic exhibition and protest walk based on Indian atrocities to mark black day.  Director Arts Council Waqar Ahmad along with Assistant Director Muhammad Sulemanwas chief guest of the inaugural ceremony.

While addressing the ceremony Director Waqar Ahmad said that the pain of Occupied Kashmir is the pain of Pakistan. Pakistan and Kashmir are two bodies like one soul. Fascist India has completely banned freedom of expression in Occupied Kashmir, Where journalists are being massacred.

Waqar Ahmad further said that occupied India has narrowed the land for Kashmiris in occupied valley. India is involved in violation of Geneva Convention and United Nations Security Council resolutions in Occupied Kashmir.  Punjab Arts Council has always presented the true image of Occupied Kashmir to the world, he added. Assistant Director Muhammad Suleman said that 76 years ago, India occupied Jammu and Kashmir illegally. India’s atrocities are the darkest chapter in history, no matter how much it is condemned; the darkness of cruelty will disappear one day.

 The sun of freedom will surely rise. Kashmir is an incomplete agenda of partition of India. Indian Army is involved in the genocide of Kashmiris in the occupied valley. The silence of the international community on the violation of human rights in Occupied Kashmir is a cause for concern. Even after 76 years, the United Nations has failed to implement the resolutions of the Security Council. The photo exhibition highlighted Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir.

During the exhibition, a documentary revealing Indian atrocities on Kashmiris was also shown. In tableau competitions, Paragon School was first, City Lyceum was second, District Public Schools for Girls was third and District Public School for Boys was fourth. Public Cell stood first, Bright Mind School second, M Educational System third and Guidance School fourth position in the speech competition. A large number of students from neighboring cities participated in the competition.