Yesterday, Pakistan called for a Black day in Muzaffarpur. The motto behind the Pak’s Black Day protest was to lend their support to the Kashmir and Kashmiris. On speaking to a special video that was shot by a Pakistan channel, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that providing support to the struggling armed forces in Kashmir and calls for jihad against the Indian forces would certainly hurt the cause of Kashmiris and he further added that it is also against the thoughts of Islamabad.
In the short video, Imran Khan said that few elements are provoking Jihadis and moving against the Indian army which is not only great damage for Kashmir’s cause but also against the interest of Pakistan as well. Khan further claimed that India was on the verge of finding a chance to divert the world’s attention towards terrorism rather than the Kashmir issue. Pak PM further pledged to say that Pakistan is ready to go to any extent to support the cause of Kashmiri’s that is either diplomatically or politically.
Khan assured saying that his nation is standing by Kashmiris and will go to any length if required. On the other hand, Mr. Khan posted on Twitter asking India to lift the curfew in Kashmir. Whereas, foreign office spokesperson Mohammed Faisal said that world leaders would be apprised for the ongoing tense situation happening in Kashmir.
On the occasion of Black Day rallies and seminars were commenced at various places of Pakistan and also Pakistan occupied Kashmir in regards to India’s move against the Kashmir. After the Indian government abrogated the special provisions Article 370 and 35(A) of Jammu and Kashmir, the tensions between India and Pakistan were spiked up. On this issue, Imran Khan has tried his extreme best to put this issue on the international stage but he was failed in it.