Kashmiri Diaspora in UK hold massive protests to pay tribute to martyrs
LONDON - British Kashmiris men, women and children have assembled at Victoria Square in front of Lord Mayor`s office in Birmingham to join the rally organised to pay tribute to all Kashmiri martyrs with special reference to the brutality of the autocratic Dogra ruler on 13th of July 1931.
Kashmiri representative, Professor Nazir Ahmad Shawl, who is also Chairman of South Asia Centre for Peace and Human Rights, reiterated that the supreme sacrifices of the martyrs would be honored by completing the noble mission.
He said the remarks of UN Secretary General echoing UN high commissioner’s report and calling it the voice of UN is a slap in Indian brutal face.
Meanwhile, Stewart Richards, President of Anti-War Coalition, expressed his solidarity and support to the self determination struggle of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
Fahim Kiani, President of Tehreeki-e-Kashmir, UK, spoke about the militarization of the occupied state which is the highest militarized area of the world.