India celebrates 'Army Day' to counter Pakistan's Black Day
New Delhi: Indians are celebrating the 'Army Day' in counter to Pakistan's 'Black Day' that was announced by the PAK Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to express solidarity to the people of Kashmir.
Indians have launched massive campaigns at various social mediums over Pakistan’s filthy remarks against the Indian Army. People in the country are replacing their Display Pictures (DP) with Indian Army logo in the mark of support for the army jawans.
Valley is witnessing clashes among the Indian army personnel and supporters of terrorist Burhan Wani who has been termed as ‘Martyr’ by Sharif.
Pakistan will observe Black Day on July 20, the decision which has been taken in a special cabinet meeting by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who tagged it as a 'movement of freedom' in Lahore.