TeK Uk holds demo in Birmingham against India’s war crimes in IIOJK

Birmingham, June 11 (KMS): Tehreek-e-Kashmir, UK, on Friday organized a peaceful protest demonstration in Birmingham against India’s war crimes in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

The gory example of India’s war crimes in Kashmir is the Chotta Bazar massacre when Indian forces gunned down 32 innocent Kashmiri on this day in 1991.

The demonstrators led by Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK President, Fahim Kayani, recalled the sacrifices of these martyrs who were shot dead by Indian troops who take joy in killing Kashmiris in cold blood.

The protesters, carrying banners and placards in favor of Kashmir’s complete freedom from Indian military occupation sought exemplary punishment for the troops involved in the killing of innocent Kashmiris.

Paying glowing tributes to the martyrs of Chotta Bazaar massacre, Fahim Kayani said the Kashmiri people are offering priceless sacrifices for a great and sacred cause of right to self-determination, which is the birthright of Kashmiris.

Fahim Kayani said, the case for freedom of Kashmir is internationally recognized and the day is not far when India will flee Kashmir because of the mass sacrifices Kashmiris have rendered. It is hypocrisy of the international community that is silent on India’s war crimes in IIOJK, he deplored.

Vice President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK, Tanveer Akmal said, thousands of people have offered the sacrifices of their precious lives which include children, elderly, women and also pro-freedom leaders for the cause of right to self-determination.

Khawaja Suleman, Director of Kashmir Institute of International Relations, TeK UK, Raja Azad, President of TeK Sheffield, Azam Farooq, General Secretary, TeK, Midland Zone and Ibrar Raja, President TeK Sandwell Council said that process of offering sacrifices continues and that the struggle to achieve the birth­right will continue.