Raiders in Kashmir: India observes Oct 22 as Black Day to mark 1947 invasion of J-K by Pakistani raiders

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The events organised on Thursday sought to remind the world how Pakistan tried to create unrest in the region. This has led to relentless conflicts, violence, and terror activities in Kashmir till date.
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Published on October 22, 2020 -  01:44
October 22: India marks black day against Pakistan's first proxy war | Oneindia News
The Narendra Modi govt observed October 22nd as 'Black Day' in memory of Pakistan unleashing its very first proxy war on Indian territory. Two months after India’s independence, on 22nd October 1947, Pakistan invaded Kashmir, and local militias aided by the Pakistan Army unleashed violence in J&K with the aim of seizing the land, a goal it pursues to this day and which has seen decades of bloodshed and tragedy in the valley. #BlackDay #Kashmir #PakistanIndiaWar

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