Central government will celebrate Pakistani action on Jammu and Kashmir as ‘Black Day’

Central government will celebrate Pakistani action on Jammu and Kashmir as 'Black Day'

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Political activity in Jammu and Kashmir has become active once again as many big leaders of the Valley have been released in the last few days. Meanwhile, on Thursday, the central government is going to organize a special program to show how Pakistani action has promoted terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir and how the neighboring country is responsible for the suffering of the people in the state.

On 22 October 1947, the day of Pakistan’s action on Kashmir will be celebrated as “Black Day”. Please tell that on this day Pakistan-backed tribesmen attacked Jammu and Kashmir. After this, a part of Kashmir came under the occupation of Pakistan, which is known as PoK.

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Union Culture Secretary Raghavendra Singh told NDTV, “We are organizing an exhibition which contains old videos, collages, photographs and documents which clearly establish that Kashmiris were not ready to go with Pakistan. Even then National Conference leader Sheikh Abdullah was reluctant. ”

According to him, the documents clearly established that Sheikh Abdullah rejected the two-nation doctrine which pushed Pakistan further. He said, “Pakistan had plans to invade Kashmir like they attacked Balochistan, but India came to the rescue of Kashmir.”

A senior government official said, “Lashkar ‘of ax-armed tribesmen armed with axes, swords and guns and weapons attacked Kashmir.”

He said that the Union Ministry of Culture is organizing an exhibition in collaboration with the Jammu and Kashmir administration. Apart from the exhibition and museum, the central government is also conducting panel discussions with 20 eminent historians, former army commanders, professors, researchers, writers and journalists.

The culture secretary said, “These include Lieutenant General Syed Ata Hasnain (retd), Vice Chancellor of Kashmir University, JNU Professor Amitabh Mattoo, Prof. Raghuvendra Tanwar of Haryana Academy of History and Culture, Major General Thapliyal (retd) etc. “Drawing such historical narrative is necessary to create a dialogue between the people. The purpose of such an initiative will be to bring awareness to the people about this phase of our history. It will help to remember how the country was first Fought. India faced the struggle. “

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A senior home ministry bureaucrat said, “Recalling the violence and atrocities of the invaders and the heroism displayed in overcoming this challenge will be a tribute to those who laid down their lives in the first battle of independent India. The exhibition or The memorial will be the first event of its kind. “However, not everyone in New Delhi is with this idea.

A former bureaucrat handling issues in Kashmir said, “The government is only trying to divert attention from the filth created in Jammu and Kashmir, as Section 370 has been repealed. The youth of the Valley are still in the rest of the country.” Feel different from. ” According to him, now that political activity has resumed, most leaders want to restore the statehood and provisions of Article 370.

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