PTI holds rally to observe Indian Independence Day as a Black Day

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf held a rally in front of Foreign Office Islamabad to mark Indian Independence Day as a Black Day today.

A larger number of PTI leaders and workers participated in the rally.

They were holding banners, flags of Pakistan and Kashmir chanting anti-Indian slogans.

PTI Secretary General Amir Mahmood Kiani, Asad Umer and Senator Faisal Javed led the rally.

Addressing the rally, PTI leader Asad Umer said Kashmir is an internationally disputed territory which should be resolved according to the UN resolutions.

He said India has violated international laws by revoking special status of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

On the occasion, Hurriyat leader Abdul Hameed Lone said it should be clear to Modi that India cannot continue its occupation as Pakistani nation is with their Kashmiri brethren.

Earlier, PTI leaders held a meeting with UN Observer Mission officials at Diplomatic Enclave in Islamabad and presented a memorandum to representative of the UN Mission.

Source: Radio Pakistan