Birmingham, August 31 (KMS): The occupants of Birmingham communicated solidarity with the individuals of Kashmir by taking an interest in the ‘Free Kashmir March’ held outside Birmingham City Council House.
Many individuals from varying backgrounds assembled to express solidarity with the mistreated individuals of involved Kashmir. The dissenters walked towards the Indian Consulate, Birmingham, raising trademarks against the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, and Indian powers’ faculty who are mercilessly executing blameless individuals in the involved domain.
The keynote speakers were Deputy Opposition Leader of the British Parliament, Tom Watson, MP, pioneer of the Council, Councilor Ian Ward, MP Liam Byrne, MP Shabana Mahmood, MEP Phil Bennion, Councilors Waseem Zafar, Ranjit Singh, Robert Alden, Sharon Thompson, Muhammad Yaseen, Councilor Zaker Choudhry, President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK, Fahim Kayani, and others.
In their addresses, they communicated solidarity with the Kashmiri individuals and said that the Indian government should stop human rights infringement in involved Kashmir. The global network can’t endure any human rights infringement that may happen anyplace on the planet, they included.
Tom Watson denounced the human rights infringement by Indian troops in involved Kashmir and demonstrated solidarity with the Kashmiri individuals. He said India must discover an answer for the waiting Kashmir question.
Raja Amjad Khan, Qamar Abbas, Chaudhry Khadim Hussain, Riffat Mughal, Samina Raja, Rana Shama Nazir, Rabab Malik, Muhammad Ghalib, Zubeda Khan, Aasiya Hussain, Bilqees Sabir Raja, Manpreet Singh, Amrik Singh Sahotha, Ghazala Ahmed, Maqsood Hussain, Rabiya Meer, Rani Arif, Chaudhry Khalil, Mohammed Aftab, Chaudhry Karamat Hussain, Taiba Hussain and others likewise took an interest in the ‘Free Kashmir March’.
Then, Pakistani High Commissioner to UK, Nafees Zakaria, communicated solidarity with the individuals of Kashmir in Birmingham. He in his location to the dissidents featured the Indian brutalities in the involved region.
He additionally masterminded ‘Kashmir Solidarity Walk’ in Oxford.
So also, solidarity was likewise communicated with Kashmiris at Al Hira Educational and Cultural Center in Luton. A goals passed on the event denounced the merciless strategies of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in involved Kashmir.