Sharif had decided on July 19 but as Pakistan observes the day as "Kashmir's Accession day", the "black day" had to be moved forward by a day.
"Pakistan should forget about Kashmir, Kashmir is an integral part of India".
India, on the other hand, has alleged that the entire spate of protests and violence in the Kashmir Valley are sponsored by Pakistan and warned its neighbour to refrain from interfering in India's internal matters.
Lodhi in her meetings called for an "end to impunity and brutal repression against innocent civilians by Indian occupation forces in Jammu & Kashmir", the statement said.
A curfew remains in place - along with curbs on mobile and internet access.
As per reports, rallies will be organised to draw attention of the world community towards the Kashmir issue.
"Dubbing the Kashmiris agitating for their right to self-determination as "terrorists" was a travesty of truth and was further inflaming passions", she said in the statement.
He urged all religious, social and political parties to stand united for the just cause of Kashmiris.
The announcement came hours after Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said in Delhi that Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had told him there was no ban on publication of newspapers in the Valley.
A statement issued from JI head office Mansoora stated Liaqat Balcoh contacted the Kashmiri leadership in Azad and Held Kashmir and lauded the sacrifices made by the Kashmiri masses following the martyrdom of commander Burhan Wani.
Lodhi had also tweeted that she "briefed the President of the Security Council on the situation" in Kashmir on July 19.
Lawyers said the Indian brutality on Kashmiri people was open violation of human rights but all the global organisations instead of condemning India were playing their role as silent spectators.
"Government conveyed to us that it was a mistake".
Hafiz Saeed-led supporters of victimized Kashmiris stayed the night in Jhelum and left for the federal capital in the morning.
In the second phase, the caravan would travel to Muzaffarabad and Chakothi in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir to campaign for the freedom of Kashmiris.
Another prominent Kashmiri leader of All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference Ejaz Ahmad Sheikh while addressing the meeting said that Kashmiri people were struggling for liberating their motherland from the Indian yoke and they deserved the attainment of freedom loving countries in this regard.