ISLAMABAD - British boxer of Pakistani-origin, Amir Khan said on Wednesday that on his return to UK he would talk to British Parliamentarians on the issue of Kashmir.
“I’ll try to become the voice of innocent Kashmiris. I’ll tell the people back in Britain about the real situation in Kashmir,” he told media here at a news conference.
“I will try to highlight the Kashmir issue. I’ve great feelings for the people of Kashmir and my heart beats with them.”
He said he had visited the Line of Control (LoC) on Tuesday and met the families living on Pakistani side of the border. “India is continuously committing ceasefire violations along the LoC. The situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir is also quite alarming”, he said.
“We need to tell the world what is happening in Kashmir. People are being killed there. There is shortage of food, medicines and other items.”