India must know Kashmiris will not compromise RoSD

LONDON: At this era of technology when news reach from one corner of the world to another in seconds and caught headlines, any suppressed nation cannot be enslaved for long time. Prior to Kashmiris lost patience world community should press India to allow Kashmiris to exercise their inalienable right of self-determination.
These were the unanimous views of speakers outside Indian High Commission where they have marked Indian Republic Day as black day. Besides Kashmiris the demonstration was attended by large number of Sikh community.
The demonstrators including children and women stood determined in heavy rainfall and winds with banners and placards in their hands having slogan against India and its army which has let loose the reign of terror.
The speakers said Kashmiri nation has already rejected the so called Indian polls in Kashmir and are demanding their right of self-determination as promised by United Nations.
Sikh community members were of the view they are not accepting Indian government which has snatched from them their rights along with other nationalities living in India. India has illegally occupied various areas like Occupied Kashmir, Southern Punjab, Manipur, Nagaland, Assam and many other areas, they said.
The demonstration was arranged by All Parties Kashmir Coordination Committee while it was attended by more than 20 parties from Kashmir and Pakistan that include Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz, Muslim Conference, Pakistan Peoples’ Party, Kashmiri Women Movement, Dal Khalsa, United Khalsa Dal and Sharomini Akali Dal UK.
Prominent among participants were Barrister Abdul Majid Tramboo, Prof Nazir Shawl, Chaudhry Muhammad Bashir Rattvi and Mehmood Riaz while addressing the demonstrators said India has converted Kashmir into a military camp, where innocent Kashmiris are being killed, maimed and tortured by Indian forces.
They demanded the immediate end of human rights violations in Kashmir saying that international community should play its role to press India to stop human rights violations.
They also demanded the reinstatement of dialogue between India and Pakistan and Kashmiri be given their rights as per UN charter and Un resolutions.
They said Kashmiris will not compromise their right of self-determination and till last Kashmiris this struggle will remain continue.