Islamabad: President Jammu Kashmir Salvation movement Altaf Ahmed Bhat paid rich tribute to Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan for his continuously supporting Kashmir cause and raising the voice of voiceless Kashmirs in International Forums.
The issue of Kashmir is as important to Turkey as it is to Pakistan, Turkey’s president said on Monday. “The Kashmir problem can be solved not by conflict or oppression, but on the basis of justice and equity,” Recep Tayyip Erdogan told Pakistan’s National Assembly and Senate during his official visit to the country. His remarks come some seven months into a lockdown on Jammu and Kashmir, the Indian-administered section of the disputed Kashmir region, a move widely decried by human rights groups as well as the global Islamic community.
In his meeting with Chairman Kashmir Committee Syed Fakhar Imam.President JKSM Altaf Ahmed Bhat briefed him about his visit to the UK, and also explained the interest of the people, the British Kashmiri and Pakistanis, the members of the British Parliament in Kashmir cause and their sheer dedication and support they showed during Kashmir Solidarity week in Uk and Europe.
Bhat invited Syed Fakhar Imam to preside over the seminar on ” Peace in South Asia: Prospects and Challenges”, Organized by Jammu Kashmir Salvation movement on February 21. Bhat further said that The way British Kashmiri and Pakistanis in the UK and Europe are presenting the case of Kashmiris to the people and the parliament, we are convinced that as much as the Indian government will push it, they cannot mislead the world, especially the European Parliament and the UK.
Bhat said that, More than 50 MPs of the conservative party made sure to support Kashmir cause and raise this issue in Parliament, which is a great success for us and defeat for India on the diplomatic front. The European Parliament has passed a resolution against the Indian atrocities that have hampered Modi’s sleep. The world is now seeing the atrocities Modi, Ajit Doval and Amit shah are carrying upon the besieged People of Kashmir.