Embassy of Pakistan
A Photo exhibition to highlight Kashmir’s plight inaugurated at Embassy of Pakistan Brussels
Brussels Oct 23: A ‘Kashmir Black Day’ photo exhibition depicting India’s crimes against humanity in the Illegally Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) was inaugurated at the Embassy of Pakistan Belgium today. Ambassador of Pakistan to Belgium, Luxembourg, and the EU, Amna Baloch inaugurated the event.
The photo exhibition that will continue for one week, will display the Indian atrocities and the plight of the people of Kashmir. The heart-rending depictions of gross human rights violations in IIOJK as documented and widely reported by the UN Offices, INGOs, volunteers and international media, highlight the unending miseries of the Kashmiris.
Ambassador Amna Baloch, while speaking at the occasion, paid homage to the Kashmiri victims and lauded their unbreakable resolve for their right to self-determination and complete freedom from Indian subjugation.
While stressing upon the importance of October 27, the Ambassador said that, on this day India through its forces, forcibly occupied Jammu and Kashmir and indicated a series of unlawful brutalities, killings and atrocities against the innocent people of IIOJK, which continues unabated till today.
Speaking on the egregious human rights violations being committed by India, the Ambassador called upon the international community to intervene and stop bloodshed of the voiceless and defenceless people of Kashmir.
Ambassador further said that such events underscored the need to hold India accountable for its crimes against humanity. She said that the exhibition would help visitors to understand the gravity of human rights abuses committed by Indian occupation forces, spanning over many decades. For its part, Pakistan would continue to raise its voice for the Kashmiris on all platforms, Ambassador added. “People of Pakistan stand by their Kashmiri brothers and sisters of IIOJK and continue to extend moral, political and diplomatic support to their just struggle till the realization of their right to self determination and complete freedom from Indian subjugation”
23 October, 2023