On ‘Kashmir Black Day’, Pakistan’s President and caretaker Prime Minister expressed their support for the people of Kashmir in their struggle for self-determination. The Foreign Office spokesperson stated that the people of Kashmir reject the illegal occupation by Indian armed forces and condemned India’s suppression of Kashmiris. Pakistan will continue to provide political, moral, and diplomatic assistance to the Kashmiri people until their right to self-determination is realized based on UN Security Council resolutions. The spokesperson compared India’s actions in Kashmir to the Israeli occupation in Palestine. President Alvi called October 27, 1947, the darkest day in the history of Jammu and Kashmir, with India reneging on its obligations and disregarding UN resolutions. The people of Kashmir have endured oppression, but their resolve for self-determination remains strong. PM Kakar highlighted India’s efforts to ‘Indianise’ Kashmir through discriminatory measures and violations of international conventions. He stated that the recent Middle East developments show that long-standing disputes should be resolved. Held Kashmir remains heavily militarized.
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