SOS International observes Black Day in Jammu

Top News Report
JAMMU, Oct 22: Hundreds of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) refugees gathered at Bikram Chowk in the Jammu city under the banner of SOS International (an organisation of PoK displaced persons) to observe Black Day on Thursday.
Black Day is observed on October 22 every year to mark Pakistan’s invasion of Kashmir in 1947. On this day, (two months after India’s partition), Kabalis armed with axes, swords and guns backed by Pakistan Army attacked Jammu and Kashmir and unleashed atrocities on men, women and children, according to the Indian Army.
“We are observing Black Day today. Pakistan committed grave atrocities and killed thousands in 1947. Pakistan is giving our land to China for China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). PoK is ours and Pakistan cannot give it to China. India should go to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Pakistan for 1947 killings,” said Rajiv Chuni, President, SOS International.
Kundan Lal Sharma, a participant in the gathering to observe the Black Day, said he still cannot forget the atrocities committed by Pakistan on their grandparents.
“I was born here in Jammu. My grandparents were living in PoK. They told us about the grave injustice committed by Pakistan against us. We are refugees. At Bikram Chowk, we are observing Black Day under the leadership of SOS international president Rajiv Chuni,” he said.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *