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RAWALPINDI/NEW DELHI, Oct 29: Throwing basic military disciplines to the wind, top officers of the Pakistan Army danced along with Punjabi pop singer Humaira Arshad at the General Headquarters (GHQ) of the Pakistan Army on Sunday evening to observe "Kashmir Black Day".

October 26 is the day the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir acceded to the Dominion of India. The show was organised by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the Pakistan armed forces, for the officers to show solidarity for Kashmiris.

However, the event, which got leaked through Humaira's tweets, drew sharp reactions from the Pakistani Twitterati. Later, Humaira deleted her tweet, which by the time caused enough embarrassment for Islamabad. You can visit the following link -- https://www.trendsmap.com/twitter/tweet/1188658108421292032 -- to see Humaira's reactions to her tweet which was later deleted.

Talking over the phone with IANS, Humaria's public relations manager Rizwan confirmed that she had performed on Sunday. However, he did not elaborate on the venue of the event.

Rizwan, who manages Humaira's shows, revealed that the pop singer charges Rs 8 lakh to Rs 9 lakh for performing for a two to three-hour show in Pakistan. He refused to comment on whether ISPR made any payment to Humaira for the show.

In its desperate bid to raise the Kashmir issue and seek the support of Pakistanis from around the world, Prime Minister Imran Khan had decided to observe a black day on Sunday.

Demanding immediate "lifting of curfew' in Kashmir, Imran Khan had reaffirmed Pakistan's "unflinching moral, political and diplomatic support" to the people of Kashmir.

The state-run Radio Pakistan had reported that several programmes, including rallies and seminars, were planned throughout the country to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir.

However, the manner in which top army generals expressed their solidarity in support of Kashmir has embarrassed the Pakistani establishment. - IANS

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RAWALPINDI/NEW DELHI, Oct 29: Throwing basic military disciplines to the wind, top officers of the Pakistan Army danced along with Punjabi pop singer Humaira Arshad at the General Headquarters (GHQ) of the Pakistan Army on Sunday evening to observe "Kashmir Black Day".

October 26 is the day the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir acceded to the Dominion of India. The show was organised by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the Pakistan armed forces, for the officers to show solidarity for Kashmiris.

However, the event, which got leaked through Humaira's tweets, drew sharp reactions from the Pakistani Twitterati. Later, Humaira deleted her tweet, which by the time caused enough embarrassment for Islamabad. You can visit the following link -- https://www.trendsmap.com/twitter/tweet/1188658108421292032 -- to see Humaira's reactions to her tweet which was later deleted.

Talking over the phone with IANS, Humaria's public relations manager Rizwan confirmed that she had performed on Sunday. However, he did not elaborate on the venue of the event.

Rizwan, who manages Humaira's shows, revealed that the pop singer charges Rs 8 lakh to Rs 9 lakh for performing for a two to three-hour show in Pakistan. He refused to comment on whether ISPR made any payment to Humaira for the show.

In its desperate bid to raise the Kashmir issue and seek the support of Pakistanis from around the world, Prime Minister Imran Khan had decided to observe a black day on Sunday.

Demanding immediate "lifting of curfew' in Kashmir, Imran Khan had reaffirmed Pakistan's "unflinching moral, political and diplomatic support" to the people of Kashmir.

The state-run Radio Pakistan had reported that several programmes, including rallies and seminars, were planned throughout the country to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir.

However, the manner in which top army generals expressed their solidarity in support of Kashmir has embarrassed the Pakistani establishment. - IANS

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