TeK UK to protest against forced burial of Gilani, Modi’s speech in UN

London, September 10 (KMS): Raja Fahim Kayani, President Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK, has launched a campaign to expose India’s actions globally against the forced burial of resistance icon against Indian occupation of Jammu and Kashmir, Syed Ali Gilani, and a case against the family members of the veteran leader under a harsh anti-terror law for wrapping his body in the Pakistani flag.

Raja Fahim Kayani while addressing a press conference in London strongly opposed the address of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the UN General Assembly on September 25. “Protests will be held in various cities in the UK and Europe on this day to expose Modi’s fascist agenda and the so-called democracy of India. Protests will also be held in front of the UN Human Rights Council headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, and a Kashmir conference will be held at the Geneva Press Club on 24th September,” he said.

Fahim Kayani maintained that Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK will raise the issue of the forced burial of Syed Ali Gilani in the annual conferences of the Labour and the Conservative parties which are going to be held in September and October respectively while the issue will also be raised in councils across the UK. “Modi is carrying out atrocities in Kashmir and India is constantly violating UN resolutions on Kashmir. In this regard, thousands of British and European citizens would write letters to the UN Secretary General in which it will be demanded that Modi should not be provided a platform at the UN General Assembly,” he said.

Muhammad Ghalib President Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe said that TeK EU would lobby to raise the issue of Syed Ali Gilani’s forced burial in the European Parliament.

Khawaja Muhammad Suleiman, the central leader of the TeK UK, appealed to the British citizens to raise the issue in the British Parliament through a petition to their MPs.

Sardar Mohammad Aftab Advocate, Vice President TeK UK strongly condemned all the coercive tactics being used by India in the Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.