KC (EU) holds sit-in against Indian atrocities

Brussels—The Kashmir Council EU organized a sit-in in Brussels, the capital of Belgium to highlight Indian atrocities against the oppressed people of occupied Kashmir.
Participants of the sit-in called European Union (EU) to send a fact finding delegation to Srinagar. The event was arranged on Friday in front of European Union (EU)’s External Action Service’s Office (At Schuman).
Though initially four Kashmiri leaders based in Belgium, Chairman Kashmir Council EU Ali Raza Syed, Chairman Kashmir Info Mir Shahjahan, President of World Kashmir Diaspora Alliance Europe Chaudhary Khalid Mahmood Joshi and Syed Azhar Hussain Shah took part in sit-in but later on a large number of the people specially Europeans showed their keen interest in the event to express solidarity with the oppressed people of Kashmir.
The participants of the sit-in condemned recent killings of Kashmiris during the peaceful protest in the occupied territory. They said, Indian forces violate international laws by using pellet guns on the peaceful demonstration which damaged eyes of the innocent people.
A number of the injured people avoided to be admitted in hospital because Indian forces used to arrest the injured from the hospitals. The participants of sit-in also called upon European Union to transfer the people with severe injuries from IHK to Europe for treatment on the humanitarian basis.
Raising placards inscribe with anti-Indian slogans, the participants expressed solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris especially families of martyrs targeted by Indian forces specially victims of the recent events in occupied Kashmir.
Paying great tribute to the brave people of Kashmir, the participants called upon European Union to immediately intervene in order to stop Indian brutalities against the oppressed people of Kashmir.
On the occasion, the Chairman of Kashmir Council EU, Ali Raza Syed, we will continue our support to the people of Kashmir till suitable resolution of the Kashmir dispute.
He said people of Kashmir are struggling peacefully for right of self determination and there should be plebiscite under United Nations supervision in order to make clear political fate of the disputed territory of Jammu and Kashmir.
The gathering was informed that beside killing of more than 50 people and injuring hundreds of them, about 200 Kashmiri boys lost their eyes when the Indian security forces fired with pellets guns on the faces of the people during recent peaceful protest in the held Kashmir.—KMS

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