Modi’s visit to UK Kashmiri Diaspora moves to launch mass anti-India protest


United Kingdom-based Kashmiri Diaspora’s joint representative forum United Front Saturday announced to hold mass anti-India protest on the eve of the scheduled June 11 13, this year visit of the Indian Prime Minister Narrindra Modi to attend the G7 Summit in the Britain’s coastal town of Carbis Bay Cornwall to mark extreme indignation and hatred against the Indian union for continual long forced and unlawful occupation of the Indian Illegally occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK).

This was disclosed at an extra-ordinary webinar meeting of the leadership of the Britain-based Kashmiri rights outfit – the Global Pak Kashmir Supreme Council (GPKSC) and ‘Tehreek e Kashmir’ held to devise an integrated broad-based protest program by the Pakistani and Kashmiri expatriates during the above scheduled visit of the Indian Prime Minister to the United Kingdom, says a message released to the media simultaneously in London and Mirpur.

“The GPKSC Chairman Raja Sikander Khan and the Tehreek e Kashmir UK President Raja Fahim Kayani had a very deep discussion to chalk out the protest program on the occasion of the forthcoming Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled visit to UK in the coastal town of Carbis Bay Cornwall to attend the G7 Summit being held from 11th to 13th June 2021″, the message said.—AFP