Thursday, September 29, 2022

November 16, a black day In The History Of Jammu & Kashmir said Liaquat Hayat – JKNAP

(Rawalakot) November 16 a black day In the History Of Jammu & Kashmir said Liaquat Hayat Chairperson of Jammu Kashmir National Awami party – JKNAP At the time of the partition of the subcontinent on the basis of two national ideologies in 1947 and the formation of two countries, Pakistan and India, there were two types of riots in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. One was the revolt against the personal rule of Maharaja Hari Singh and the other was a situation created by India and Pakistan under various pretexts with the sole aim of seizing the resources of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and exploiting the people here. The occupying powers, especially Pakistan, made a vicious attempt to unite the two under the guise of religion, which is the cause of the length and complexity of the issue of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. As residents of the state of Jammu and Kashmir, we need to look at and understand them from a different and real point of view. Focused on Kashmir. 

The present division of the State of Jammu and Kashmir began on October 22, 1947, when Pakistan invaded the State of Jammu and Kashmir with its regular army led and supervised tribesmen. Forced by this attack, Maharaja Hari Singh temporarily annexed India, as a result of which Indian forces entered the state on 27 October. Thus the division of the state took place. During this situation, the people of Gilgit-Baltistan, a third part of the state, had also revolted against the Maharaja by November 1 and arrested Governor Ghansara Singh. That is why the people of Gilgit-Baltistan celebrate November 1 as Independence Day.
 This was followed by the formation of a local government which was abolished by Pakistan on 16 November from Gilgit Scouts Chief Major Brown and handed over to Sardar Alam, a political agent from Pakistan. It seems that November 16, like October 22 and 27, is one of the darkest days in the history of the state of Jammu and Kashmir when Pakistan has practically laid its paws on this region of the state, Gilgit-Baltistan. Today, after 72 years, Pakistan is going to occupy the region permanently, that is, make it its own province. 
Therefore, from this year onwards, we are starting to celebrate November 16 as Black Day because this day is as dark in the history of the state of Jammu and Kashmir as it is on October 22 and 27. Given the importance of this day, all compatriots are requested to observe this day as a black day. Gilgit-Baltistan, I request all our compatriots in foreign countries to play their full role in this.

 And of course, in the future, this day will be celebrated as a permanent black day. In the current situation, the importance of November 16 has increased because Pakistan today has moved towards making this occupation a permanent form, ie a province. Which is a step towards finalizing the state of Jammu and Kashmir with the blessings of its elder brother India. We, the people of this state who have sacrificed millions of lives for its survival and unity, will never accept this monkey distribution even if we have to make any sacrifice for it.
 Jammu and Kashmir including Gilgit-Baltistan Ladakh is a permanent And indivisible unity. Its future will be decided by the consensus of all these anecdotes. Any decision made by itself without public opinion will be unsustainable and unacceptable. Whether India annexes Ladakh to its Union Territory or Pakistan makes it a part of it, the occupation of the occupier is not acceptable. 
The occupying forces will have to withdraw from the neighboring state. The struggle will continue till the final victory. And from Kashmir to Ladakh we are all one, our joys are our sorrows and we will fight together against this slavery.

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