Kashmiris get more support for their Right: Gerry Sutcliffe

BRADFORD: Kashmiris round the globe marked Indian Republic day as Black Day. They protested throughout the world to get their right of self determination. A function was organized by Jammu Kashmir Right of Self Determination Movement (JKSDM) in Bradford.
gerry sutcliffe, British Parliamentarian from Bradford South, signed the petition of JKSDM in this connection and announced that Kashmiris will raise their voice world over  until get their right of self-determination.
The function was presided over by Consular  Shah Muhammad Khokhar, while attended by Deputy Leader of Bradford Council Imran Hussain, Labor Party Candidate for European Parliament Councilor Asghar Qureshi and JKSDM leader Shahnaz Siddiq also addressed the function, while it was conducted by Raja Najabat Hussain Chairman JKSDM.
The speakers criticize the Indian claim to be a democratic country saying a country which has suppressed more than 10 million people under its military might and deprived this huge population from their rights. Where bunkers were erected everywhere and youth is being killed this country could not claim to be democratic country, he added.
Gerry Sutcliffe, British Parliamentarian from Bradford South, while addressing the function said Bradford is a multi-cultural city, where people from different parts of world are living and this is reason if something happen anywhere in the world would have its impact on Bradford.
“Right from first day I am a die-hard supporter of Kashmiris as they should be given their rights and this support will remain continue till Kashmiris get their rights”, he said.
The signature campaign launched by JKSDM was praised and Gerry Sutcliffe and all other Parliamentarians from Bradford signed the petition and became part of the move.
It is worth mentioned here the petition to be signed by 100,000 people before February 5, the Kashmir Solidarity Day, was so far signed by more than 20 Parliamentarians and efforts are continue to get more Parliamentarians signatures on this petition and convince them to hold debate in British Parliament.
JKSDM leader Shahnaz Siddiq recently during her visit to Rotherhram got signatures of Sarah Champion and during her meeting she got signatures of Police Commissioner of South Yorkshire on this petition and also they assured to take part in future programs of SDM.
The campaign launched from Bradford has reached Nottingham after passing through Boltan, Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield and in next phase more support would be attained from West Midlands, Luton and Bedfordshire.