New Delhi: In context of Black Day, The Indian government strongly criticized Pakistan’s shore up to terrorists and their activities against its neighbouring countries.
As terrorism is regularly increasing in Kashmir, the government took decision on Wednesday to conduct a ‘Black Day’. However, the government officials also wore black armbands at their workplaces.
On Wednesday, rallies were also released in various cities to draw the attention of the international community on the Kashmir issue, the Express Tribune reported.
“We saw reports about rallies, events and statements related to Jammu and Kashmir in Pakistan and Pakistan Occupied Kashmir over the last two days and noted that events were led by UN-designated terrorists, who had in past protested elimination of dreaded terrorists including Osama bin Laden and Taliban leader Akhtar Mansour in Pakistan,” MEA said.
“We once again ask Pakistan to stop inciting and supporting violence, terrorism in any part of our country and refrain from its deplorable meddling in our internal affairs in any manner,” the ministry said.
He further added, “In view of the threats of marches and protests at the High Commission of India in Islamabad, we ask government of Pakistan to ensure full safety and security of the High Commission, all its officials and their families in Pakistan.”
MEA asserted,”Pakistan must also stop misleading the international community and Kashmiris through meaningless exercises such as the so-called elections today in POK which Pakistan ironically calls Azad.”
“The observance of ‘Kashmir’s Accession to Pakistan Day’ exposes Pak’s longing for the territory of Jammu and Kashmir,” MEA added.
MEA said, “India demands that Pakistan must fulfil the obligation to vacate its illegal occupation of POK and refrain from deplorable meddling in our internal affairs in any manner,”
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh alleged that ‘Pakistan is trying to destabilise India by sponsoring terrorism.”
“Pakistan is trying to destabilise India. If terrorism is there in India, it is due to Pakistan which is sponsoring it,” Singh said in the Lok Sabha.
The Home Minister said, “Our neighbour is conspiring to disturb the situation in the Kashmir Valley in the name of the religion”.
“They broke off from India in the name of religion, but today they are broken in two parts because of terrorism. Every day they are fighting against it,” Rajnath added.