Imran Khan Broke in On World's Silence on Kashmir Situation
Pakistan Observed 15 August, the India's Independence Day as "Black Day".
Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the international community to stay in "silence" on the Kashmir situation and advised that "if ethnic cleansing of Muslims takes place in the region, there would be severe repercussions".
The India Independence Day was noted on Thursday as a "Black Day" by Pakistan, despite increased conflicts between the two neighbors following New Delhi's decision to cancel Article 370 which gives the Jammu and Kashmir unique status.
In his tweet, Khan wrote, "In Indian-Occupied Kashmir, 12 days of curfew, presence of extra troops in an already heavily militarised occupied territory... complete communication blackout -- with the example of (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi's earlier ethnic cleansing of Muslims in Gujarat,".
"Will (the) world silently witness another Srebrenica-type massacre and ethnic cleansing of Muslims in IoK," he asked. "I want to warn the international community that if it allows this to happen, it will have severe repercussions and reactions in the Muslim world, setting off radicalisation and cycles of violence."
On Wednesday, in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Khan celebrated the Day of the Indipendence of Pakistan, to show ' solidarity with the Kashmiris. '
Khan said that any ' miscalculation ' on the portion of New Delhi would elicit ' tit-for-tat ' reactions from Islamabad. he said that at a special session of the AJK Legislative Assembly in Muzaffarabad.
Khan had remarked "The Pakistan Army is battle-hardened and it is fully ready to respond to any violation by India. The entire nation is ready and stands alongside its armed forces,"
'Black Day' Observed In Pakistan
Pakistan observed ‘Black Day ‘on Thursday to protest the transition of New Delhi to revoke Jammu and Kashmir on the basis of India's Day of independence.
Black flags have been raised across the country to symbolize protest on the tops of the roof and cars.
The demonstrations were held in significant cities while the Kashmir issue was highlighted by seminars held in different locations in Pakistan.
Profile pictures from Twitter's handles were also blackened in protest by Prime Minister Imran Khan, the Foreign Office, the ISPR General Director, Radio Pakistan and many others.