In a shame, Mahatma Gandhi grandson Professor Rajmohan slams Indian government over Occupied Kashmir
WASHINGTON – In a big shame, Mahatma Gandhi grandson Professor Rajmohan Gandhi slams Indian government over Occupied Kashmir lockdown.
Prof Rajmohan Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, has rejected Indian occupation of Kashmir, saying that continuous curfew in Occupied Valley is sheer violation of human rights.
Addressing a rally in Illinois on Friday, he demanded that international powers should pressurize the Modi government for plebiscite in Occupied Kashmir.
“Kashmiris cannot be forcibly made Indian citizens. Whatever is happening in Kashmir is not possible in the country of Gandhi. The government policies will increase rifts and disarray in the society,” he said.
Speaking on the occasion, Kashmir Solidarity Council chairman Javed Rathore said that India had turned Kashmir into a big jail.
A large number of university professors and foreign students participated in the ceremony. The participants chanted slogans against violations of human rights in India and in favor of Kashmiris’ right to self-determination.