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British MP says Modi is involved in crimes against humanity

British MP says Modi is involved in crimes against humanity
August 22, 2019
LONDON (Web Desk) – British Labour Party parliamentarian from Bradford Naz Shah has said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is involved in crimes against humanity. The British MP said that doesn’t deserve the highest civilian award that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government plans to give him. In her letter written to Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed, she said that Narendra Modi is illegally removing the sovereignty of the Kashmiri people in Indian Occupied Kashmir through forced removal of article 370 and 35-A.
UAE to give Modi highest civilian award
The UAE will give highest civilian award to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to the Gulf state next week. According to a statement from the Indian External Affairs Ministry, Modi will visit the UAE on August 23 and 24 where he will receive the Order of Zayed, the highest civilian award of the country. Modi would also pay a state visit to Bahrain on August 24 and 25 where he would launch the renovation of a temple of Shreenathji, it further added. Earlier, the Indian government rushed through a presidential decree to scrap a special status for Indian-held Jammu Kashmir, hours after imposing a major security clampdown in the region. Amit Shah has announced to abrogate Articles 370 and 35A from its constitution, which gives special status and rights to the people of occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Authorities in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK) placed former Chief Ministers Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti and political figure Sajjad Lon under house arrest keeping in view the tense situation in the valley. The Indian government imposed curfew-like restrictions in the restive region. The examinations in all universities were postponed and internet services would remain suspended till August 15. A restriction on sale of petrol haD been imposed in Anantnag. Politicians protested against uncertain situation in the valley after all parties meeting in the valley.