TeK virtual conference urges UN to take notice human rights violations in Kashmir
London: Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK organized International Kashmir Virtual Conference on Twin Lockdowns in Kashmir and Global Response.
President Azad Jammu Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan participated as chief guest, Conference Chair President Tehreek e Kashmir UK Raja Fahim Kayani, while MPs from Labour, Conservative, Scottish National Party and Liberal Democrats including Liam Byrne MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Transport Jim McMahon OBE MP, Brenden O Hara MP, Nadia Whittome MP, Alex Norris MP, Chairman Conservative Friends of Kashmir & Vice Chair APPG on Kashmir James Daly MP, Christian Wakeford MP, Stella Creasy MP, Rachel Maskell MP, Phil Bennion Former Member of European Parliament, Danish Writer Jane Teller.
President Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement Altaf Ahmed Bhat, Chairman Kashmir Institute of Int’l Relations, Human Rights Altaf Ahmed Wani, Human Rights Activist Clair Bidwell Joined to take serious note of grave Human Rights violations in the guise of COVID-19 in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
President Tehreek e Kashmir UK Raja Fahim Kayani Welcomed all the participants and affirmed that highlight the suffering of innocent Kashmiris who have been living under Indian brutal occupation, subjugation and oppression for more than 70 years.
Chief Guest President AJK Sardar Masood Khan thanked President Tek Fahim Kayani for organizing the webinar, and also the parliamentarians who joined the webinar.
President Sardar Masood Khan denounced the New domicile Law introduced by the Indian Government to change the demography of IOJ&K, will cause Kashmiris to lose Jobs and educational Scholarships to outsiders.
President Jammu Kashmir Salvation Movement Altaf Ahmed Bhat Welcomed UN Secretary General’s statement and urged the international community for practical steps, as Indian expansionism, and hegemonic agenda has already created an atmosphere of war in South Asia, which if erupted could engulf the whole world.
Lian Byrne MP during his address said that I think the recent conflagration between India and China has just underlined for many of us the risks which are at play here in the narrative in the UK about the urgency to resolve Kashmir issue, as it is a conflict between two nuclear powers and people it’s a risk of conflict between three nuclear powers.
Jim McMohan said UK government needs to decide what role it wants to play in the world does it want to be a spectator, does it want to turn a blind eye or actually doesn’t want to uphold the international rules the order based a system.