The Kashmiri diaspora across Europe on Thursday dismissed the condemning of Hurriyet pioneer Yasin Malik, asking the global local area to mediate regarding this situation to protect the privileges of local people confronting fierce Indian occupation for a really long time.
The individuals from the local area held fights in the UK, Norway, Italy and Germany, attacking Indian courts for erroneously sentencing Malik.
Fahim Kayani, who heads Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK, said in a proclamation that the Kashmiri diaspora had made plans to take up the matter with European countries to consider India responsible for this “tragedy of equity”.
“This is a recipe for decimation currently in progress in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK),” he added.
He added he had asked all TeK sections across the UK to hold fights the unjust conviction after Friday petitioning God on May 27.
The showings will be held to squeeze India to deliver Kashmiri opposition pioneers including Shabir Shah, Masarat Alam, Asiya Andrabi, Peer Saifullah, Dr Muhammad Qasim Faktoo and others.
“Kashmir was never important for India,” Kayani expressed, alluding to different goals by the United Nations that saw IIOJK as “questioned” and being chosen by its people future.
“It is India, which is keeping this right from getting a free and fair plebiscite to Kashmiris, with its military may,” he likewise said.
He kept up with that the “fake courts had no locale, at all, to make a choice about the fate of the opportunity cherishing Kashmiris.”
The TeK president additionally expressed gratitude toward British administrator Muhammad Afzal Khan for raising the unlawful prison term in the UK parliament.
“It is a moral and worldwide obligation of the UK government to request that India discharge all Kashmiri obstruction pioneers as Kashmir is a contested region.”
Once more while tending to the dissenters outside the Indian consulate in Oslo, Shah Hussain, the TeK president Norway, said: “Our position has been demonstrated that Indian courts are a vital part of the unlawful Indian military system in the involved region.
“These courts help the unlawful military occupation, accordingly, they have no validity to choose these cases,” he kept up with.
Hussain encouraged the Kashmiri diaspora across the world to support “saving the Kashmiri forerunner in harm’s way.”
Tending to a different public social event, Mian Tayyib, the TeK secretary-general Europe, said: “We have seen nobody indicted for the homicide of Syed Ali Geelani and Ashraf Sehrai.”
“Presently, all the while assuming a pretense of the supposed courts and equity framework, India needs to kill another Kashmiri chief.”
Closing, he said, “Kashmiris reject Indian courts and their equity framework and we won’t ever surrender nor be cowed down.”
Source: Express Tribune