International Human Rights Day Sparks Positive Dialogue on Kashmir at Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK Conference

In a significant and constructive turn of events, Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK organized a thought-provoking conference to commemorate International Human Rights Day. The event also addressed the Indian Supreme Court’s recent decision to uphold the revocation of Article 370 by the Modi-led BJP government. Chaired by Paul Bristow MP and hosted by Fahim Kayani, President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK, the conference aimed to rekindle the global community’s commitment to advocating for a free and fair plebiscite in the sensitive region of Kashmir.

The gathering drew the participation of esteemed British lawmakers, highlighting the importance of the Kashmir issue on the international stage. Kate Hollern, Jess Phillips, Sarah Owen, Steve Baker, Sara Britcliffe, Lord Qurban Hussain, Muhammad Yasin, Tahir Ali, Tan Dhesi, Debbie Abrahams, and Marco Longhi engaged in a detailed and insightful discussion. The Kashmir dilemma, already a nuclear flashpoint in South Asia, took center stage as the lawmakers deliberated on the complexities of the situation involving three nuclear-powered nations sharing borders with the UN-designated disputed territory.

The conference underscored the imperative role of international forums in promoting dialogue and understanding regarding human rights and geopolitical tensions. By bringing together influential voices from various political backgrounds, Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK facilitated a platform for open, respectful, and informed discussions. The engagement of British lawmakers in this dialogue emphasizes the global community’s recognition of its responsibility to address the human rights voilations faced by the people of Kashmir.

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