Black day in Kashmir: Protesters urged to breach LoC MUZAFFARABAD: The United Jihad Council (UJC) on Wednesday urged people to prepare themselves for breaching the Line of Control (LoC) in protest against continued human rights violations in Indian Kashmir. The council issued the call during a protest sit-in on the LoC to mark a â€˜black dayâ€™ against the illegal occupation of Kashmir by Indian forces in 1947. â€œWill you trespass the bloody ceasefire line when the call is given?â€ Syed Salahuddin, Chairman of the United Jihad Council â€“ an umbrella of the 12 organisations fighting Indian rule in Kashmir â€“ asked a gathering during an Azm-e-Azadi conference here on Wednesday. â€˜Salahuddin go ahead! We are with you,â€™ the crowd responded in unison. On the occasion, Indian forces resorted to unprovoked firing in Hajira, Pandu and Bhadi sectors in Rawalakot and Hattain districts, where the Azad Kashmir and Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front had staged protest sit-ins. â€œWe are neither tired nor bent. Our fight will continue against the Indian army until each and every inch of Jammu and Kashmir is liberated,â€ said Salahuddin as he demanded the government send a freedom Flotilla similar to that of Turkey to Indian Kashmir to provide victims with food and medicines. He urged the Pakistani government to launch a diplomatic offensive for the liberation of Indian Kashmir by getting out of confusions over the principled stance on the issue. Salahuddin appreciated Chinaâ€™s stance over Kashmir, which decided to issue Chinese visas to Kashmiris without an Indian passport, hoping that it will continue. â€œWe are thankful to China who has adopted a principled stand on Kashmir and refused visa to the Indian general of the Northern Command,â€ he said. Hundreds of people belonging to Hizbul Muajhideen, Jamat-ud-Dawa, and other organisations attended the conference which demanded of the US president to use his office for the settlement of the Kashmir dispute to avoid a war in South Asia. Members of Tahreek Azadi-e-Jammu Kashmir Amir, Jamat-Ud-Dawa AJK, Al Badar Mujahideen, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, Jamiat-ul-Mujahideen, Jaish-i-Muhammad, Hizb-i-Islami and Pasban-e-Hurriyat attended the conference.