British Kashmiris highlighted Indian atrocities in IIOJK



British Kashmiris irrespective of their party affiliations, including Tehreek-e-Kashmir, held daylong events to mark the 74th anniversary of Kashmir Black Day in London recently.

The rallies and media were addressed by Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhary, the President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Dr. Ghulam Nabi Mir, President of the World Kashmir Awareness Forum, and Raja Fahim Kayani, President of the Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK.

Tehreek-e-Kashmir launched the Kashmir Black Day with a Kashmir Digital Van with impactful imagery of anti-occupation slogans denouncing Indian state terror in Kashmir.

Speaking to the reporters, Dr Mir repeated his condemnation of the October invasion and subsequent reigns of terror and tyranny by each Indian administration, including the August 5, 2019, abrogation of what limited autonomy J&K had exercised.

He stated that India continues to violate the UN Security Council resolutions which grant Jammu & Kashmir the basic right to self-determination.

He expressed strong concern that Kashmir as the most dangerous flash point in the nuclear triangle can endanger the entire region and beyond if Kashmir issue is not resolved through peaceful dialogue.