British Member of Parliament, Naz Shah has strongly opposed granting the Order of Sheikh Zayed award to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who once recognized as the butcher of Muslims of Gujrat and now oppressor of people of occupied Kashmir.
In a written letter to Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheik Mohammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan of United Arab Emirates (UAE), British Kashmiri MP Naz Shah asked the Crown prince of UAE to reconsider the grating of prestigious award of their country to Modi.
In the letter, she said: “I write to you not only as a British Parliamentarian representing a constituency home to thousands of British Kashmiris, but also as a British Kashmiri expressing my complete dismay towards the decision made by your government to award Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the order of Zayed, your kingdom’s highest civilian award”.
United Arab Emirates’ plan to award Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi with its highest civilian honour as his government cracks down on Kashmir has unleashed a storm of criticism. Modi is set to visit the UAE on Friday and he will then travel on to Bahrain.
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14 September, 2019