On Saturday the government of Pakistan has released an Independence Day logo in solidarity with Kashmir especially for the Independence Day that is to be observed on August 14.
The logo has been designed for expressing unison with the people of the Occupied Kashmir after the Bharti Janta Party-headed Indian government stripped in the valley of the special status of the state and revoked the Article 370.
The launched logo is based on Kashmir Banega Pakistan theme. The word Kashmir written in red colour indicates the sacrifices experienced during the freedom struggle.
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The flag of Pakistan shows the resolution of Pakistanis for going to any extent for the freedom of the Occupied Kashmir while the red border around the logo indicates the unlawful occupation of India and atrocities it is doing in the valley.
The government of Pakistan has taken the decision of observing Independence Day on the 14th of August as the Kashmir Solidarity Day and 15th August as the Black Day for expressing solidarity with the Kashmiris in the recent event of Indian aggression against them.
The national flag would be hung and flown half-mast across the nation on Thursday that is on the 15th of August, as per a notification by the Interior Ministry on Friday.