'Anti-Pakistan' protest erupts in PoK
`Black Day' was observed in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) on Thursday and an 'anti-Pakistan' protest was organised by the National Students Federation.
Muzaffarabad: `Black Day' was observed in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) on Thursday and an 'anti-Pakistan' protest was organised by the National Students Federation.
According to a recent footage, Black Day was observed in PoK on Thursday where NSF leader Mir Afzaal Sulehria was seen addressing a seminar in the Muzaffarabad Press Club.
Black Day is observed on October 22 in PoK to in connection with the first attack by Pakistan forces on the undivided state of Jammu and Kashmir on October 22, 1947.
This is not the first time that reports have emerged from the troubled region, as a video had recently surfaced, purportedly from Muzaffarabad and surrounding areas emerged showing massive demonstrations and violence against the Pakistan rule.
The video showed troops attacking the protestors violently with one particular clip showing a man being dragged through the street by his neck with all his clothes torn apart.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was heckled by a protester who was demanding to free the restive Balochistan where, according to a number of activists, the Army has been engaged in numerous abductions, torture and killings of humans.