Indian Republic Day turns ‘Black Day’ across world

World Jan, 26 2023
Indian Republic Day turns ‘Black Day’ across world
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LONDON: Day when India celebrated its Republic Day, the entire wolrd marked it as ‘Black Day’ as  the fascist Narendra Modi regime was brandishing weaponry on the roads of New Delhi, a clear sign that the RSS government signifies terror across South Asia, the Indian state faced strong demonstrations across the UK and other countries yesterday.

The demonstrations marking India’s so-called Republic Day as Black Day saw Kashmiris, members of the Sikh community, and their allies pressing the British government to intervene and halt the ongoing genocide in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Demonstrations were held outside Indian High Commission in London and the Indian Consulate in Birmingham. Raising slogans against the so-called UAPA, protestors said such laws reflect the colonial mindset of the Indian rulers. “The black laws like the UAPA have no place in the modern and enlightened era that is the 21st century,” said Fahim Kayani, leader of the Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK. “But India has been a misleading member of the comity of nations and has exploited the West’s so-called War on Terror to suppress Kashmiris and other communities, especially Sikh members,” Kayani said.

Published in The Daily National Courier, January, 27 2023

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