LONDON: President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) Fahim Kayani United Kingdom (UK) on Wednesday mentioned that Labour Social gathering MP Debbie Abrahams and Chairperson All Social gathering Parlimentary Group on Kashmir secured the talk on the ongoing state of affairs of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoJK) in the home of commons on March 26, 2020.
Abrahams was denied entry to India final month. Kayani urged British group to ask their MPs to attend the talk and “become the voice of voiceless people of IoJK”.
President TeK additional mentioned that this would be the fourth debate on Kashmir within the Home of Commons within the final 20 years.
The primary debate on Kashmir was secured by Conservative Social gathering MP Steve Baker on September 15, 2011, to ‘give a voice to the thousands of British Kashmiri constituents who are entitled to representation in their parliament’. MPs mentioned human rights points and the atrocities carried out in IoJK through the three-hour debate, watched by a packed public gallery.
Kayani added that the second debate came about on September 11, 2014, that was opened by David Ward, Liberal Democrat MP for Bradford East. Parliamentary Underneath-Secretary of State for Overseas and Commonwealth Affairs, Tobias Ellwood, responded to the talk for the federal government.
The third debate was convened by Conservative Social gathering MP David Nuttal and Chairman All Social gathering Parliamentary Group on Kashmir on January 19, 2017.
The movement debated and accredited through the debate within the Home of Commons was, “This House notes the escalation in violence and breaches of international human rights on the IoJK. It calls on the government to raise the matter at the United Nations, and further calls on the government to encourage Pakistan and India to commence peace negotiations to establish a long term solution on the future governance of Kashmir based on the right of the Kashmiri people to determine their own future in accordance with the provisions of UN Security Council resolutions.”