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Kashmiris, Sikhs mark India’s Republic Day as black day in London

A large number of British Pakistani Kashmiris and Sikhs protesters on Saturday gathered outside the Indian High Commission London and marked Indian Republic Day as black day.

The participants chanted anti-Indian slogans calling upon the international community and the United Nations Security Council to take notice of gross violations of human rights and brutalities perpetrated by occupation forces against innocent people including women and children in Indian occupied Kashmir and pressure India to stop it immediately and comply with the UN resolutions on Kashmir.

The participants were chanting slogans of “Indian occupation forces get out of Kashmir, India leaves Kashmir, stop brutalities in the Occupied Kashmir, Kashmiris want freedom from Indian occupation, Kashmiris want right of self-determination, Kashmir zindabad, Khalistan zindabad”.


Meanwhile, Kashmiris protesters were also joined by Sikhs in London in their protest outside the Indian High Commission.

A similar protest was also held by British Pakistanis and Kashmiris in other parts of the United Kingdom and marked Indian republic day as Black day.


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