Islamabad: The President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry, has strongly condemned the ongoing human rights violations by India in the occupied Kashmir. He asserted that the recent murder of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada has provided irrefutable evidence of India’s involvement, not only in occupied Kashmir but also in acts of terrorism in other countries. India has now become a global terrorist.
After presenting undeniable evidence of India’s involvement in the killing of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada to the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it is clear that India is not only responsible for the atrocities in occupied Kashmir but is also engaged in acts of terrorism worldwide. The Modi government is actively pursuing a policy of Hindutva, causing terrorism to spread throughout the world.
The incident of the killing of Sikh leader in Canada has been widely condemned by several countries, including the United States, Britain, and European nations. Therefore, Britain should also play a role in resolving the Kashmir issue and should counter India’s negative propaganda against the Kashmiri people. This would be essential, as Modi may use such incidents to gain success in the upcoming elections in India.
He said that the international support needs to be sought, and Kashmiris, both in Azad Kashmir and around the world, should counter India’s propaganda effectively to respond to the political and diplomatic levels to the ongoing oppression and brutality in occupied Kashmir.
President Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry expressed these views today while addressing a delegation of British Parliament members at Kashmir House in Islamabad. The delegation included British Parliament members and Chairman of Friends of Kashmir Britain, Andrew Gwynne, British Parliament member Naz Shah, British Parliament member Seema Tariq, and others.
During the meeting, the British Parliament members assured President Azad Jammu and Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry that they would raise their voices not only in the British government and Parliament but also on various international forums against the ongoing Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir and for the right to self-determination of the Kashmiri people.
On President Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry’s recommendation, it was decided that the issue of Kashmir would be presented in the Labour Party’s conference scheduled for October 8 in Britain.