British Kashmir vote for MPs who support Kashmir

LEEDS: Conservative Party Parliamentarians convince British Prime Minister David Cameron to intervene in Kashmir issue and now British Kashmiris only give their vote to parliamentarians who only support right of self-determination of Kashmiri people.

This was demanded by Jammu Kashmir Right of Self Determination Movement (SDM) from ministers and parliamentarians during the meetings for upcoming parliamentary elections.

Chairman SDM Raja Najabat Hussain was talking to British Finance Minister David Ghavick, Stewart Andrew MP, Chris Hopkins Local Body Minister, former MP Geoff Ladler, Conservative Parliamentary Candidates Andrea Jenkins, Itrat Ali, local body candidate Human Abid and Haji Zafar Awan and others demanded their full support to Kashmir cause.

“When we talk on parties to Kashmir dispute then there is Britain a party to Kashmir dispute as it was left unresolved by Britain and because of representative government of one million British Kashmiris it is moral obligation of British Government to play its role on diplomatic, political and political front”, Raja Najabat said.

He said in Britain there are more than 100 Parliamentary seats where Kashmiris and Pakistanis can make difference and it is now responsibility of ruling party parliamentarians to apprise the Prime Minister not to ignore the sacrifices of Kashmiri nation and demand from Indian and Pakistani Government to allow Kashmiris to exercised their right of self determination so that they can live with freedom in their homeland.

Raja Najabat handed over the copies of memorandum of the SDM for Prime Minister and asked the ministers and parliamentarians to raise the Kashmir issue in their party meetings and demand from the party leadership to adopt clear policy on Kashmir issue.

British Finance Minister assured the SDM leadership that he will raise the issue within party and later on in the Parliament.