Doctors, paramedical staff and nurses of public region hospitals on the day of Wednesday analyzed a ‘black day’ by wearing black armbands to reflect condolence and solidarity with Kashmiris and record protest against grave human rights breaches and genocide of civilians in the Indian-occupied Kashmir.
The black day was analyzed in Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Center, Civil Hospital Karachi, Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, National Institute of Child Health, National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, and other hospitals of Sindh where doctors, paramedical staff and nurses conducted their duties by wearing black armbands to reflect solidarity with the Kashmiris.
The federal government has already instructed ministries and provincial governments to analyze the black day across Pakistan to reflect solidarity with the Kashmiri people and lodge strike against the atrocities of Indian army.
To reflect solidarity with the Kashmiri people, the Civil Hospital Karachi administration organized a gathering outside the Administrative Block where doctors, paramedical staff, nurses, and others highly engaged to the indicate solidarity with the Kashmiri people.
Sindh Doctor’s Welfare Association (SDWA) President Dr Ghulam Mujtaba Memon, while discussing to PPI, claimed that doctors’ community had also analyzed the black day across the Sindh.
Central Leader of All Sindh People’s Paramedical Staff Welfare Association Liaquat Mastoi stated that paramedical staff also criticized the killing of innocent Kashmiri people in the Occupied Kashmir by the Indian occupation armed forces. He claimed the Kashmir problem must be resolved as per UN’s resolutions.
The call to analyze the black day on the day of July 20 was made by Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif after stress in the occupied valley following the latest murders of the Kashmiri freedom fighters.
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