Pakistan gives a diplomatic blow to India over Occupied Kashmir conflict

Pakistan gives a diplomatic blow to India over Occupied Kashmir conflict
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*LONDON: Pakistan gives a diplomatic blow to India over Occupied Kashmir conflict.*

British Parliament members raised serious concerns against India and strongly condemned the Indian government lockdown in the valley. British Parliamentarians were in uproar over the draconian clampdown in India Occupied Kashmir (IOK) and condemned the human rights violations by Indian security forces in the disputed valley.

The development came at the Kashmir Conference organised by the Tehreek-e-Kashmir’s United Kingdom chapter in the British Parliament. The event was co-chaired by British MP Jess Phillips, TeK president Raja Fahim Kayani with Azad Jammu & Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan called as the chief guest.

The AJK president warned of a genocide-in-the-making in the occupied valley and urged the international community to build pressure on New Delhi to avoid a bloodbath and adhere to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution.

President Masood added that the occupying forces conducted routine search operations to harass Kashmiris citizens.

Labour Party’s deputy leader and former defence minister Tom Watson affirmed support to the Kashmiris while MP Byrne dismissed India’s stance that the matter was a bilateral issue.

“Human rights violations are an international matter,” said the British lawmaker, adding that India must end the lockdown.

“It is time the Kashmir dispute be resolved with the consent of the Kashmiris – the main stakeholders.”

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