Kashmir Black Day at Roots observed

ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs engaged the youth of Pakistan in an Inter School Competition to commemorate Kashmir Black Day Tuesday, says a Press release.
The competition was aimed to encourage the youth to project their thoughts and ideas on the plight of the Kashmiri children and youth who are under an inhumane lockdown for more than 400 days. The Competition was conducted in the categories of letter writing, poetry and art under the theme as, “Children of lndian illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (llOJK) under lockdown: the World a silent witness to their suffering.”
Students from Roots Millennium Schools Islamabad participated in the competition and bagged positions. Zainab Bin Tahir from Millennium College I-9/3 AS Level secured 3rd position in Painting Competition and received recognition for her painting at a Special Ceremony held at Ministry of Foreign Affairs where Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi appreciated the youth for raising their voice against the Indian oppression. Ream Syed from Roots Millennium Schools One World Campus narrated a beautiful poem highlighting the atrocities faced by Kashmiri children.

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