Tahreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) virtual conference urges UN to resolve Kashmir Issue

Arif Qureshi

Islamabad: Tahreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) UK video conference Urged permanent members of  the United Nations Security Council and human rights organization to fulfill their responsibility to resolve the Kashmir issue according to the aspirations of the people of Jammu Kashmir in the light of United Nations resolutions.

Speakers express these views while addressing virtual conference on the topic of “Brutal Lockdown and Demographic Changes in Kashmir”, hosted by Fahim Kiayani President Tahreek-e-Kashmir UK. President AJK President Sardar Masood Khan was Chief Guest of the event, while Altaf Ahmed Bhat President Jammu Kashmir Salvations Movement (JKSM) was guest of honor.

Speaking as Chief Guest of the event, President Sardar Masood Khan urged the Kashmiri leaders to accelerate their efforts and mobilize British Parliamentarians through cohesive efforts to raise the Kashmir issue.

“I appeal to you to mobilise public opinion in the UK and beyond by relating that in the last century it was a crime to be a Jew in Nazi Germany and now Muslims in India and occupied Kashmir are facing the same persecution at the hands of BJP-RSS fascist regime,” Khan said.

The President exhorted the Diaspora community leaders to play their due role in raising the Kashmir issue effectively in the British Parliament, civil society and the media and approve resolutions in their respective councils in favour of Kashmiris peoples’ inalienable right to self-determination and against  Indian atrocities and monstrosities in IOJK.

Khan noted that many electoral constituencies in the UK have a strong Kashmiri population and the Kashmiris constituents can persuade their elected MPs in the British Parliament to help push the Kashmir issue forward for its peaceful resolution as the conflict has posed a serious threat to peace and security of the region.

Altaf Ahmed Bhat President Jammu Kashmir Salvations Movement (JKSM) and senior Hurriyat leader said that Indian government had exceeded all the limits of inflicting atrocities on innocent and unarmed Kashmiri people. He Termed Indian repressions and expansionist designs as a major threat to the global peace and called upon the International community to take notice of Indian aggressions in Occupied Kashmir.

bhat regretted that the International community was almost silent over the continued and worst human rights violations by the Indian troops in Occupied Kashmir and giving preference to trade

Faheem Kayani said that Indian Prime Minister Ninder Modi has crossed all boundaries to change the special status of Kashmir but for this reason a cruel lockdown was imposed on the people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir while the communication system in Kashmir was badly affected.

And all these tactics are being used to suppress the independence movement in Kashmir. It is our duty to expose the atrocities committed by the Indian government on unarmed Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir.

During the compering at the beginning of the conference, Kashmiri leader Azmi Rasool presented the agenda of the conference in which he said that 6 questions are being presented to the participants of the conference as an agenda which will be discussed in today’s conference.

Others who spoke on the occasion were, Cllr Zafar Islam Dudley, Cllr Sajid Mehmood from Nottingham, Cllr Khatejah Malik from Luton, Cllr Altaf Hussain from Oxford. Cllr Kashif Ch from Luton, Cllr Naveed Raja from Luton, Cllr Maqsood from Waltham Forest, Muhammad Hanif Raja from Glasgow, Qaiser Chaudhry from Chesham, Mehboob Hussain Bhatti from Wycombe.

Cllr Muhammad Ayun from Bolton, Liaqat Ali MBE from Waltham Forest, Cllr Nyer Nazir from Redditch, Cllr Aasim Rashid from Rochdale, Cllr, Shoukat Ali from Manchester, Cllr Aslam Khan from Loton, Cllr Shahida Mehrban from Hounslow, Cllr Munsif Dad from Hyndburn, Cllr Salma Mumtaz from Nottingham, Cllr Shazia Bashir from Peterborough, Cllr Khalid Hussain from Bury, Cllr Muhammad Idrees from Birmingham, Cllr Javeria Hussain from Luton, Cllr Jamila Azad from Oxford.

Arif Qureshi is Editor Daily Online “The Fortress” he can be reached at arifqoreshi@gmail.com





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