“Black Day” observed in Turkey to support Kashmir people
ANKARA, 20 July 2016: keeping in mind the end goal to challenge against the abominations submitted against the general population of Occupied Kashmir and to express solidarity with the Kashmiri individuals, the Embassy of Pakistan in Ankara watched “Dark day” today. All officers and staff wore ‘dark armbands.’
Quran Khawani was held at the Embassy for the Kashmiris who were as of late martyred by the security strengths in the Indian Occupied Kashmir. Unique petitions were offered for the saints of Kashmir, for early recuperation of the injured, and for a serene determination of the Kashmir debate as per the desires of the Kashmiri individuals.
In his comments on the event, Ambassador of Pakistan Sohail Mahmood highlighted the hugeness of the recognition of ‘Dark Day,’ underscored the grave worry of the Government and individuals of Pakistan over the human enduring in Kashmir because of the unnecessary utilization of power by the involving strengths, focused on that endeavors were in progress to notify the global group of the abominations being executed, and underlined the requirement for the world group to assume its part in encouraging a simply, tranquil and sturdy arrangement of the Kashmir question.
Envoy Sohail Mahmood likewise expressed gratitude toward the Government and individuals of Turkey for their predictable backing for the reason for Kashmir.