The day is observed every year to condemn Indian occupation of Kashmir valley on October 27, 1947.
"Pakistan has supported the proposal of the High Commissioner for Human Rights for sending a Fact Finding Mission to Jammu and Kashmir", he added. "The people of Jammu and Kashmir have always stood and fought against this forced control that has consumed thousands of innocent lives since 1947", they said.
While terming the accession of Maharaja Hari Singh with India as controversial, unreliable and undemocratic, the pro-freedom leaders said, that experts on historical events raise several important queries about its authenticity and over its occurrence and moreover late Maharaja had no such mandate from the people of the state.
Spokesman quoted UJC chief as having said that India has violated all rights of the people of and the People of Kashmir has never accepted the 'illegal occupation of India'.
On the occasion, Anas Sarwar said Indian forces were blinding Kashmiri children using pellet guns and over 400 children had lost their vision.
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"October 27 is the blackest day in the history of Kashmir as on this day India violated all the global laws to invade in the largest area of the state of Jammu and Kashmir", said Jaamat-e-Islami AJK former chief Abdur Rashid Turabi.
The Pakistan President and Prime Minister issued separate messages to mark "October 27 Black Day" and reiterated Pakistan's steadfast moral, diplomatic and political support for the people of Jammu and Kashmir, Radio Pakistan reported. He claimed there was a need for an independent, transparent and fair investigation into these human rights violations under the United Nations. The UN, human rights organizations and the U.S. administration, in particular, must understand and fulfill their longstanding commitment to the amicable resolution of the dispute, according to the will of the people of Kashmir.
The President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir, UK, Faheem Kiyani vowed to expose across the Europe and other western countries the gross human rights violations perpetrated by Indian troops in occupied Kashmir.
"How can the United Nations protect human rights when it is taking part in human rights violations itself?"