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Modi robbed Kashmiris of their rights, says AJK president Sardar Masood

Modi robbed Kashmiris of their rights, says AJK president Sardar Masood
August 27, 2019
MUZAFARABAD (92 News) – Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Ahmed Khan said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had robbed the Kashmiris of their rights. Addressing a press conference with a delegation of British parliament on Tuesday, he said that the world had rejected the false narrative of India. “India wants to snatch the identity of Muslims in Occupied Kashmir,” he said. The AJK president said that a strong voice had been raised first time for Kashmiris. “I thank the international community for endorsing the stance of Kashmiris and Pakistan,” he added. He said that the United Kingdom had strongly condemned Indian cruelties in Occupied Kashmir. “The Kashmir dispute will be resolved through a public revolution. India is committing genocide in occupied Kashmir which is being condemned far and wide,” he added. The AJK president said the UN Security Council at its meeting in New York also voiced concerns over the human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir. He urged the British government to break its silence and raise its voice to support oppressed people of Occupied Kashmir. He said United Kingdom needs to play its due role as permanent member of UN Security Council. “Over 10,000 young people have been abducted from Occupied Valley and have been imprisoned in notorious detention centers of India.” The AJK president vowed to respond befittingly to any misadventure of India. The UK parliament members said that Pakistan is facing the difficult situation in a peaceful manner. “The United Nations Security Council should bring a strong and unanimous resolution on the Kashmir dispute,” he said. Speaking on the occasion, British Member of Parliament Imran Hussain said that the UN Security Council and the international community had a huge role to play for the resolution of Kashmir dispute. “The situation prevailing in Occupied Kashmir should be a matter of concern for the world community.” Imran Hussain commended Pakistan for peacefully handling the situation. He strongly condemned the irresponsible language used by the Indian ministers against Azad Kashmir. He said that the Indian leadership should refrain from using provocative and loose language. Another member of British Parliament Khalid Mahmood said that the people of Kashmir are waging a struggle for their right to self-determination over the last seventy years. He said the question arises if East Timor and South Sudan can get independence then why not Kashmiris. “We will also raise the plight of Kashmiri people at the upcoming session of the British parliament.” Stephen Timms, another member of British parliament, said that people of Occupied Kashmir are facing communication lockdown. Expressing deep concerns over India's unilateral action of changing status of Kashmir, he said that status cannot be changed without consent of the people.