The British Parliament exposed India as human rights violations being carried out in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) noted by the British parliamentarians.
Naz Shah, A member of British parliament said while urging government of United Kingdom (UK) to stop weapon trade with the captors of Kashmir, Britain sold weapons and ammunition worth £50 billion between 2015 and 2020 which will be used to exterminate Kashmiri innocents.
She said that today in the parliament session if the world powers, government do not stop India from Kashmiri genocide now, the history will not remain kind to us.
As the UK asked India to lift all restrictions in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and allow a team from its High Commission in Delhi to visit the occupied territory for a first-hand assessment of the situation, a debate on ‘political situation in Kashmir’ was set in motion, The demand for restriction lifting was originally made by the British Secretary of State for Justice Robert Buckland while replying to a debate on the matter.
A large number of parliamentarians stood in the Westminster Hall and shared their concerns on the state-sponsored afflictions that Kashmiris are subjected to, At least 1 minister and 10 MPs spoke at length on the occupation of Kashmir by India, including Sarah Owen who said the lockdown of Kashmir forced by India is wrought for the annexation.
More than 500,000 Indian force personnel have confined Kashmiri people whose rights violations have been observed recently, MP Sarah Owen said
MP Owen further added that, Muslim populations in Kashmir are being restricted to even go to the hospitals while their women are being sexually harassed,
Another MP James Daly said the Kashmir issue has become a humanitarian crisis where enforced disappearances and brute violence prevail blatantly, adding that he said the Western media was silent on the Kashmir issue where people suffer horrific sexual crimes and violence.
Labor Party MP, John Spellar stood up and highlighted the violations in Kashmir are not Indian internal issue.
Spellar mentioned that we reject the notion of India that it’s their personal matter and while we are not against India, we do blame them for what they are doing in Kashmir, Adding that India is trying to manipulate Kashmir’s demography to gain tailored win the UN-decreed plebiscite, He noted that the bloodbath in that valley continues to date since 1984.
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