Resolution passed at UK’s House of Commons calls for early Kashmir settlement

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A resolution passed by the participants of the International Kashmir Conference held at the House of Commons in the United Kingdom condemned human rights abuses by Indian troops in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and demanded immediate resolution of the Kashmir dispute and release of all Hurriyat detainees including Muhammad Yasin Malik.

The conference was organized by the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front, UK chapter, and was addressed by British parliaments, human rights activists, eminent intellectuals and various leaders from Kashmiri and Pakistani communities based in the UK.

A statement issued by the JKLF in London said well-known Kashmiri Pandit leader Sampat Prakash and Mushaal Mullick also spoke online.

The conference was held in connection with the International Human Rights Day. The unjust life sentence and early release of Muhammad Yasin Malik and other political prisoners, the incidents of human rights violations across IIOJK, and a dignified solution to the Kashmir issue were discussed.

The conference was held under the patronage and supervision of Prof. Raja Zafar Khan, Head of Diplomatic Bureau of Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front.—KMS