On the call of Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe and UK, Pakistanis and Kashmiris held demonstrations, car rallies, conferences and digital campaign in various cities of the UK and Europe on Youm-e-Istehsal observed on 5th August.
The day was observed to register protest against Narendra Modi-led fascist Indian government’s illegal and unconstitutional move of repealing the special status of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir on that day in 2019 and placing the territory under military siege.
Kashmir digital campaign was launched in Lon-don to show to the international community the atrocities committed by the Indian Army against the innocent Kashmiris.
The digital-van started its jour-ney from outside the Indian High Commission in London and visited landmarks in the city.
The slo-gans displayed on the digital van were “Kashmir under Indian siege, knocking at world conscience”, “End illegal Indian occupation of Kashmir”, “Indian Army out out”, “Kashmir is the most militarised area in the world”, “India! Stop genocide in Kash-mir”, “Hold India accountable for its war crimes”, “5th August is a Black Day for Kashmiris” and “India! Stop killing in Kashmir”.
Tehreek-e-Kashmir Norway held a car rally in Oslo and arranged a demonstration outside the Norwegian Parliament. Tehreek-e-Kashmir Den-mark arranged a huge protest outside the Indian Embassy in Copenhagen.
Tehreek-e-Kashmir Scot-land organized Kashmir Conference in Dundee which was chaired by Fakhar Iqbal, President Te-hreek-e-Kashmir Dundee.
Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK held a car rally and conference chaired by Fahim Kayani President Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK in Bir-mingham and a demonstration outside the Indian High Commission in London.
Muhammad Ghalib President Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe while addressing the car rally said, “The Indian regime led by fascist Modi imposed brutal curfew in Kashmir on 5th August 2019 to suppress legitimate struggle of Kashmiris against illegal Indian occupation of Kashmir.
We will not call it 2 years of the abrogation of Articles 370 & 35A but rather call and name it the abrogation of Humanity Day.”—KMS