Leader of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Raja Farooq Haider Khan, has said that by endeavoring a statistic change and separating Jammu and Kashmir into two sections, India has disregarded United Nation Security Council’s goals on Kashmir.
The AJK Prime Minister was tending to a media meeting in Brussels regarding Kashmir EU Week at the European Parliament. During the media gathering, Raja Farooq Haider was joined by the coordinator of the EU Week’s program Chairman Kashmir Council Europe Ali Raza Syed and host of this occasion European Parliament Member Shaffaq Mohammed.
The AJK Prime Minister stated, India’s demonstration is especially an infringement of goals number 122 of 1957 which underlines India not to change regional geological status of the contested region till ultimate choice of its destiny as per wishes of the individuals of Jammu and Kashmir. He stated, it is multi month presently involved Kashmir has been cut from the remainder of world.
During the question and answer session, part European Parliament from UK Shaffaq Mohammed stated, I trust that Europe would not endure the total power outage in involved Kashmir. He included, it is right around hundred days since 8 million individuals are under check in time in the involved domain.
Talking at the public interview, the KCEU Chairman, Ali Raza Syed, said that the yearly occasion of Kashmir EU-Week is being masterminded by the Kashmir Council Europe for most recent 11 years.
Later a workshop was likewise held at the EU Parliament during which the members talked about the most recent circumstance in involved Kashmir. The workshop was led by MEP Shaffaq Mohammed and tended to by AJK Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider Khan, Vice President of the European Parliament Livia Jaroka, MEPs Phil Bennion, Theresa Griffin, Baroness Nosheena Mobarik and Richard Corbett, Former MEP Dr Sajjad Karim, KCEU Chairman Ali Raza Syed, Academic individual Sadia Mir, Political extremist of Kashmiri inception Zeinab Drabu, Member of the Kashmir Global Council Suraiya Siddiqi, Historian and Editor of De Kanttekening magazine Ewout Klei and Co-originator of the Student International League of Kashmir Khaoula Siddiqi.