British seminar called Indian PM a symbol of extreme nationalism in south Asia

London: British Bangladeshi Community Alliance organized a seminar having title, Rise of extreme nationalism in South Asia and violations of Human Rights at committee room 12 in The House of Commons. The seminar was chaired by Fmr Cllr Mozaquir Ali, Chief Advisor BBCA. Following MPs Afsana Begum MP ,Andrew Stephenson MP ,Sara Britcliffe MP ,Antony Higginbotham MP, Christian Wakeford MP , Lord Qurban Hussain, Afzal Khan MP ,Kate Hollern MP and Graham Jones fmr MP participated as guest speakers and expressed their concerns on human rights violations in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and current discriminatory citizenship bill against Muslims and minorities.

Fmr Cllr Mozaquir Ali, Chief Advisor of BBCA speaking on the occasion sadi our seminar programme at the House of Commons today was a massive success. Years of tireless works by human rights activists in UK has not gone to waste and I can break this news with cautious optimism that there is now an active discussion to introduce legislation in the Commons at the next legislative cycle targetting individual actors and enablers of human rights violations.

Fahim Kayani, President, Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK said that Indian Prime Minister Modi is a symbol of extreme nationalism in south Asia. Modi is a part of RSS and RSS believe on Hindutva ideology which means that India is for Hindus. RSS wrote in their literature in early 1930 that Hitler is our ideal leader.

Kayani Further said that Kashmir is under Indian siege for last seven months. Modi has adopted the policies of dark ages when kings used to put cities under siege by cutting off their supplies for to make them bow down In front of their terms and conditions.

He said Modi wants the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir to bow down In front of his hindutava ideology and give up their demand for right to self-determination recognized by the United Nations.

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