London: The British Parliamentarians have once again called for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that Mr Narendra Modi has to give the right to self-determination to the people of Kashmir, and to end the curfew and lockdown.
These views were expressed by British labour MP Jess Phillips , British Lib Dem MEP Philip Bennion, Former Cabinet Minster and MP Liam Byrne, Conservative Candidate Marco Longhi while speaking at Kashmir seminar on the International Day of Human Rights organized by the Tehreek-e-Kashmir United Kingdom.
“First of all we have to recognize the fact that the Kashmir dispute is not a common ground issue, it is a nuclear flashpoint between two nuclear forces,” one of the MPs said.
If nuclear war breaks out, it will not only be devastating for India and Pakistan, but the whole world will be engulfed by it. This will not leave China indifferent. The geographical position of the world is changing. China is the largest oil buyer in the Gulf today. Which is making the pipeline through CPEC. China will never leave India open for Pakistan. This century is the Chinese century.
Speaking on the occasion, President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK Raja Fahim Kayani said that the Universal human rights declaration was adopted by the United Nations on 10th December 1948.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a document that acts like a global road map for freedom and equality which protects the rights of every induvial, everywhere.
The aim of this conference is to draw the world’s attention towards the continuous lockdown and curfew imposed by the New Delhi government in Indian Occupied Kashmir since August 5, 2019, following the abrogation of Article 370 that gives the limited autonomy to the Indian Occupied Jammu Kashmir and Lakh.
Today governments and NGOs are celebrating 1oth December as an international human rights day across the world but unfortunately, the united nations have failed to stop human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir committed by the Indian army.
People of Kashmir are being punished by the Indian army for the crime of right to self-determination which was given by the United Nations, the Kashmir dispute is the longest unresolved issue in the United Nations, the security council of the united nations has passed more than 11 resolutions on the Kashmir dispute,
Three steps were mentioned to resolve this conflict in the resolutions,
The first step, Ceasefire between India and Pakistan. The second one, demilitarize the region and third one hold plebiscite and let the people of Jammu and Kashmir decide their destiny.one-third part of the resolution was implemented on 1st January 1949 and now the two-third part of the resolution haven’t been implemented by the United Nations.
Pakistan has said many times in the united nations, they are ready to demilitarize the region and Kashmir issue must be resolved according to the aspiration of the people of Jammu and Kashmir but India is in denial mode. Britain is a permanent member of the security council of the united nations, it is a moral duty of the united kingdom to put pressure on India to end human rights violations and implement the resolution on Kashmir.
Kashmiris have given generations to this conflict, every home in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir is affected by the Indian brutality, every mother, sister and daughter in Kashmir has a story and unfortunately, it’s painful.
People of Kashmir have suffered more than 70 years Under brutal Indian Occupation, subjugation and oppression, the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir look towards the mother of all democracies, the United Kingdom, for the implementation of United Nations resolutions on Kashmir granting the right to self-determination to the Kashmiris so they can decide about their future as per their own wishes.