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Why Indian Independence Day is a “Black Day” for Kashmiris

Indian Illegally Occupied Kashmir, the unfinished agenda of partition is remembered as the darkest phase of Sub-continent history. The issue of Kashmir is not only a pet peeve for South Asia but also for the whole world considering the looming threats it possesses to international peace and stability. But how this gamble actually started is a heart wrenching story as it contains the horrors of men tortured & killed, women raped, kids abducted, and homes destructed in IIOJK. The valley is the most militarized part of planet Earth as it contains more than 1 million Indian military personnel stationed. The residents of IIOJK have been suffering from this never-ending 'atrocity plague' from the Hindutva virus for 75 years now.

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