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Kashmir Black Day to be observed in Sri Lanka

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The Kashmir Study Forum and Pakistani community in Sri Lanka with support of Sri Lankan friends will be organising a peaceful assembly today (27) at 11 a.m. opposite the United Nations Office at Baudaloka Mawatha to mark Kashmir Black Day.

A memorandum urging the UN to play its role to resolve the oldest unresolved dispute on the UN agenda since 1947 will also be handed over to the UN office.

Similar peaceful assemblies will also be held in other parts of the island including Ampara, Batticaloa and Puttalam.

Kashmiris and Pakistanis all over the world observe Black Day on 27 October to condemn landing of Indian occupying forces in Jammu and Kashmir in 1947.

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