October 27, 2022| Tanzania Embassy Post|
The ‘Kashmir Black Day’ was organized in the High Commission’s premises today morning. A sizeable number of Pakistani Diaspora members including their Tanzanian friends, students, human rights activists and local media reporters attended the event in person.
Mr. Muhammad Azam Bihan, Charge d’ Affaires (a.i.), read out the Special Messages of the President, the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on the occasion. A documentary to mark Kashmir Black Day were played. The CdA also gave an overview on the background of ‘Kashmir Black Day’ highlighting the prevailing situation in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
Mr. Ghazi Naeemullah Dar, Pakistani Diaspora member of Kashmir Origin expressed his views and called for early resolution of the Kashmir dispute to fulfil the aspirations of the People of the IIOJK.
In his remarks, CdA said that despite India’s 75 years long brutal subjugation, the People of IIOJK had not surrendered to forced occupation and were striving for their unalienable right to self-determination. He highlighted that it is incumbent upon us to share India’s gruesome human rights violations with our interlocutors in the host country Government and Civil Society circles. He added that due to 38-month long media blackout in IIOJK, the Government and the People of Pakistan including Pakistani Diaspora living in different countries abroad have become the voice of innocent Kashmiris to the outside world.
Dar es Salaam
October 27, 2022
Last modified: October 28, 2022
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