JKLF to organize protest on Modi’s arrival in London

Srinagar: On the arrival of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to London, Jammu Kashmir liberation Front has decided to organize two day’s protest on Thursday and Friday in the British capital.
In an emailed statement to a local news agency CNS, Iftikhar Sharif, Publicity Secretary JKLF, London Branch said that the organization has decided to organize a ‘JKLF Freedom For Kashmir Van’ which will circle around the Whitehall, Downing street, houses of Parliament and around Wembley stadium, during the Indian Prime Ministers visit to UK, highlighting the Human rights violations and demanding freedom for Kashmir.
Pertinently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday left for Britain to begin his first visit to the country during which he will have a hectic schedule that will start with talks with his British counterpart David Cameron.
Meanwhile, a letter has been addressed to Prime Minister David Cameron by the British parliamentarians demanding him to raise Kashmir dispute during his talks with India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
As per the report 30 members of the British parliament signed the letter demanding the PM Cameron to raise Kashmir issue during PM Modi’s visit.
“Six points have been raised in the letter, in which they stated that the Indian forces should be recalled from Indian-held Kashmir and human rights violation issue in the valley should be raised,” the report said.
In the letter, they further stated that the India’s prime minister should be pressurised for release of thousands of detained innocent Kashmiris.
The British parliamentarians have also demanded the investigation into the killings of innocent Kashmiris.

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