Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir condemned by British lawmakers

LONDON: British lawmakers have condemned the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir during an online conference on Tuesday.
According to a press statement, the online session was organized by Global Pakistan & Kashmir Supreme Council leader, Raja Sikandar Khan and was attended by President of Azad Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan, Governor Punjab Chaudhary Sarwar, Senator Lt Gen (retd) Abdul Qayyum, MNA Naureen Farooq Ibrahim.
British lawmakers who attended the session included Lord Nazir Ahmed, Afzal Khan, Khalid Mahmood, Yasmeen Qureshi, Tahir Ali and more than two dozens leaders from various Kashmiri and rights groups from the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
President AJK, Sardar Masood Khan said that Kashmiris’ great effort for freedom was at the most crucial stage as India has failed to suppress Kashmiris despite applying the worst kind of inhumane torture and draconian curfew in the region, the statement said.
He informed that Kashmiri lives matter and Kashmiris have been unable to breathe for decades due to India’s racist and Islamophobic policies in the occupied territory. Sardar Masood Khan urged the international community to look at the situation in Kashmir and hold India accountable.
Governor Punjab Chaudhry Sarwar appreciated the spirit of harmony and cooperative approach on the Kashmir issue by Pakistan.
Sarwar said PM Imran Khan was doing his best to make the international community aware of the harsh condition created by the Indian forces in Kashmir.
He said the pandemic has proved to be a challenge for the government however there was a national consensus on the issue of Kashmir.
Organizer Raja Sikander Khan said activists in UK and Europe will not let the issue of Kashmir fade while the world was focused on dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak.
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