MUZAFFARABAD: The recently chosen British Kashmiri MPs have said that they would turn into the voice of a huge number of individuals of Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK) in and outside the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
Fifteen Britons of Pakistani and Kashmiri plunge were chosen for the UK Parliament in Friday’s general political race which saw Prime Minister Boris Johnson coming back to control after his Conservative gathering scored the greatest constituent success since 1987.
The Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) has depicted the triumph of 15 Pakistani and Kashmiri inception Britons in the British decisions as an “incredible minute” for the Pakistani and Kashmiri diaspora in the UK. “It involves pride that nine of the 15 recently chose MPs have a place with Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK),” Raja Fahim Kayani, the leader of TeK’s UK section, said in an announcement.
The Narendra Modi-drove Indian government had stripped the IOK of its semi-independent protected status on August 5 and braced a savage check in time in the contested district trying to gag any challenge its unlawful move. The time limit stays set up from that point forward while the worldwide network keeps up a criminal quietness over the draconian move.
15 British Pakistanis, Kashmiris chose for parliament in UK political decision
“I guarantee the individuals of IOK that we will bolster their motivation as per the goals of UN Security Council,” said MP Afzal Khan, who has been chosen for the UK Parliament on a Labor Party ticket from Gortan Manchester. “We will keep raising our voice for the Kashmiris in IOK,” he said while addressing The Express Tribune by the telephone.
Khalid Mehmood, additionally Labor Party MP from Birmingham, voiced comparative slants, saying that they would remain with their Kashmiri brethren in the IOK through various challenges.
“The universal network is compelled by a solemn obligation to help settle the rotting Kashmir question for tough harmony in the South Asian district,” he revealed to The Express Tribune by the telephone.
MP Yasmin Qureshi, who has won the political race on a Labor Party ticket from South Bolton, said she would feature the predicament of the IOK Kashmiris in and outside the British Parliament. “India should give a large number of Kashmiris their basic right to self-assurance,” she included.
Imran Hussain, Labor MP from Bradford East, said he had as of late visited AJK to express solidarity with the individuals of IOK, who have been cut off from the remainder of the world with no telephone, no cell administration, and no web since August 5.