UKPKCF condemns Indian forces for killing Kashmiri people

LONDON:Coordinator of United Kingdom Pakistani Kashmiri Councillors Forum (UKPKCF), Alederman Mushtaq Lashari CBE and Councillor of Manchester City Yasmine Dar have strongly condemned the Indian forces for killing Kashmiri people in Indian occupied Kashmir.

Talking to APP after a seminar here, Mushtaq Lashari and Yasmine Dar called upon the international community including the United Kingdom government to take notice of the gross violations of human rights and killings of innocent people in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK) asking India to stop it forthwith and grant people of Kashmir their birth right to self determination as per the United Nations Security Council resolutions.
“We strongly condemn every human rights violation taking place in the Indian occupied Kashmir and we are with the oppressed people of IOK who are struggling for their birth right to self determination granted to them by the UN Security Council”,Yasmine Dar said.
The Women Councillor of Manchester (UK) reiterated her support to the oppressed people of IOK including women and children till the achievement of their goal.
Mushtaq Lashari said Indian elections were approaching fast while the ongoing indigenous freedom movement in Indian occupied Kashmir had also increased to the surprise of Modi led Indian government.
He added that India had failed to suppress the ongoing freedom struggle of the Kashmir people against Indian
occupation and their demand for freedom from Indian subjugation had been accelerated.
He said “Narindra Modi led Indian government thinks that they can only suppress the freedom movement in IOK and to win the support of masses in the elections, the Indian occupation forces have also increased brutalities through its occupation forces”.
However, Lashari said India despite the use of brutal force would not succeed to quell the ongoing freedom
movement in IOK.
The Coordinator of UKPKCF Mushtaq Lashari appreciated Pakistan for opening of Kartarpur corridor for Sikh Yatris enabling them to perform their rituals.
He stressed the need for resolution of Kashmir dispute peacefully and according to UN resolutions on Kashmir for peace and prosperity in the region. APP