Kabul: Protestors ruin Black Day function in Pakistan international safe haven

Kabul: Protestors ruin Black Day function in Pakistan international safe haven

Protestors outside Pakistani Embassy in Afghanistan have attempted to damage the service held regarding Balck Day being seen to express solidarity with Kashmiris.

According to subtleties, a function was sorted out in Pakistan Embassy where striking Ambassadors, Journalists, political pioneers and individuals from common society were welcomed.

Pakistan's Ambassador in Afghanistan Zahid Nasar said dissent began outside government office before beginning of the service and protestors raised trademarks against Pakistan.

He further said individuals couldn't go to the service since stick employing protestors undermined them.

Sources said protestors came to at the primary entryway of international safe haven because of the help of police and Afghan government.

Kashmiris on the two sides of the Line of Control and the world over watched Black Day today to pass on to the worldwide network that they totally dismiss India s illicit control of held Kashmir.

It was on this day in 1947 when Indian soldiers attacked Jammu and Kashmir and enslaved it in glaring infringement of parcel plan of the subcontinent and against the will and yearnings of Kashmiris.

This year s day is of exceptional importance as it is being seen in the setting of illicit and one-sided venture of India to add Kashmir on fifth of August.

The day features the 72 years of battle of Kashmiris in their mission to right to self-assurance.

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