Kashmiris percieve the day of humans right as black day today

The Kashmiris on the two sides of the Line of Control and the world are watching World Human Rights Day as Black Day, today (Dec 10), to feature the Indian brutalities and grave human rights infringement in Occupied Kashmir. 

The World Human Rights Day is seen over the globe on 10 December consistently to respect the United Nations General Assembly’s reception and announcement, on the tenth of December 1948, of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 

Then, over 24,000 Kashmiri understudies are confronting outrageous challenges in applying for confirmation in proficient universities and organizations because of proceeded with military attack and Internet lockdown in the Kashmir Valley and Muslim dominant part regions of Jammu district that entered 127th day, today. 

Pennants and blurbs in the interest of Jammu and Kashmir Students and Youth Forum recorded with ”India Must Quit Kashmir’ trademarks showed up long and broadness of involved Kashmir. Through these blurbs, the individuals have been approached to stand joined in their consecrated battle to verify opportunity from Indian occupation. 

A feeling of dread wins among the nearby populace because of the inconvenience of limitations under Section 144 in the domain. Shops and different business foundations are for the most part shut and instructive organizations and workplaces wear a left look like a sign of individuals’ rebellion against Indian occupation, especially hostile to Kashmir steps taken by India on August 5.– hadisa ali

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