BiznextIndia : After failed to garner support from the world community and its allies, Pakistan is observing its Independence Day today as “Kashmir Solidarity Day”. Islamabad has also decided to observe the Indian Independence Day on 15th August as ‘Black Day’.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is scheduled to visit Muzafarabad in Pak Occupied Kashmir (PoK) today to address the so called legislative Assembly of PoK.
The Pakistan government has also unveiled a special logo “Kashmir banega Pakistan (Kashmir will become part of Pakistan)” lettered in red to go along with the theme of Kashmir Solidarity Day, Pakistani daily the DAWN has reported.
Earlier in a message, Pakistan President Dr Arif Alvi said that the Indian government’s unilateral move to end the especial status of India-held Kashmir was a despicable conspiracy and blatant violation of the United Nations resolutions and the Simla Agreement. He said that, Pakistan would continue extending its political, diplomatic and moral support to them till they achieve their right to self-determination.
On 5th of August, the Indian Federal Government has revoked the Section 370 of the Indian Constitution that was providing special status to the state of Jammu & Kashmir.