SRINAGAR: Kashmiris all around the world including India are observing Human Rights Day as Black Day after Indian curfew entered 128th day today (Tuesday) in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Call for observance of the day was given by the Chairman of All Parties Hurriyat Conference, Syed Ali Gilani.
The day is being marked with complete shutdown in occupied Kashmir to condemn blatant rights violations by Indian occupied forces.
Kashmiris are deprived of their rights and have been under military seige for more than four months. Amid heavy deployment of Indian troops, restrictions under section 144 remain enforced, causing immense hardships to the residents.
Although landline phones and voice calls on postpaid connections were partially restored, but the people continue to suffer due to continued suspension of prepaid mobile and text messaging services.