Parliamentarians reaffirm pledge to fulfull mission of Jammu Martyres

LONDON: British Parliamentarians, Kashmiri Councillors, Community and Women Leaders round the Britain have paid glowing tributes to Jammu Martyres and reaffirmed pledge to continue the mission of these matryes till complete freedom of Jammu Kashmir.

In a special function held at Committee Room of House of Commons and organized by Jammu Kashmir Tehreek e Haq e Khud Iradiyat (JKSDM) Europer. Raja Najabat Hussain, Chairman of the movement presided over while Chairman APPG on Kashmir Andrew Griffiths, Lord Nazir Ahmed, Lord Qurban Hussain, Lord Adam Patel, Feb Hamilton MP, David Ward MP, Debbie Abrahams MP, Fiona Mactaggart MP, Yasmin Qureshi MP, , Europen Parliament Candidate Afzal Khan, former Advisor Z U Khan, councillors Muhammad Saleem (Aldershot), Zahid Ali, Rafiq Raja, Abid Chauhan, Mehboob Ahmed, Secretary General of movement Shahnaz Siddiq, Falak Khan and many other addressed the gathering.

They termed the callous and cold attitude of world community towards Kashmir and ignoring the sacrifices of Kashmiris as injustice.

It was decided to launch a signature campaign jointly in collaboration of Kashmir Group of British Parliament and Right of Self Determination Movement Europe to send a petition to British Parliamentarians to take a pledge to remove all obstacles in Kashmir freedom and attain the right of self determination movement for Kashmiri people.

This petition will also request the British Parliamentarians to debate Kashmir issue in both houses to guide both the nuclear powers (Pakistan and India) to resolve this longstanding issue so that Kashmiris will live with freedom and independently.

The participants decided to adopt a strategy to fulfill the mission of Martyres and remove all hurdles in freedom of Kashmir. It was decided to ensure that the matter will be discussed in parliament with spirit.

Lord Nazir Ahmed, suggested that the responsibility of making contacts would be given to Raja Najabat Hussain so that more and more Parliamentarians would be brought to Kashmir Group.

Lord Nazir Ahmed urged that Kashmiri organizations, councillors, trade unions, social and political leaders be come together to organize the movement.

Andrew Griffiths assured that he will raise a question for paying tributes in the Parliament. He said that preparation of signature petition will also be a move towards the fulfillment of their sacred mission.

He said that Kashmir Group in coming two months will enhance the efforts to highlight Kashmir issue on diplomatic circles.

MP from Slough praised the efforts of Raja Najabat Hussain to move the women and she suggested that a petition should be signed from round the Britain will be be brought by Parliamentarians in their constituencies and would be signed by Britishers and Kashmiris.

She said that this signatured petition would be brought in House of Commons for debate.