Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe has announced protests to mark Martyrs’ Days from June 1 to June 15 on the occasion of G-7 summit.
A condolence reference was organized by Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe in memory of Muhammad Ashraf Sohrai, chairman of Hurriyat Jammu and Kashmir, a living legend and martyr of Tehreek-e-Azadi.
Addressing a condolence reference, Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe President Muhammad Ghalib said that after the withdrawal of England from Europe, all communities, including Tehreek-e-Kashmir, have additional responsibilities to portray the Kashmir issue to the European Union and human rights organizations.
There is an urgent need to raise Kashmir issue among the youth living in Europe so that they can present it in the best possible way in seminars in colleges and universities.
Ghulam Muhammad Safi, leader of Kashmir Europe Movement, was the special guest of condolence reference, said that Indian forces imposed unannounced curfew in Jammu and Kashmir Valley last year and made changes in the constitution in anger of Kashmir’s sovereignty. Human rights Violations in Kashmir continued and Indian authorities made a paradise in to open air prison.
Leaders of Tehreek-e-Kashmir Europe and various human rights organizations expressed their views in a condolence reference held through Zoom.
At the Zoom Conference, Muhammad Ghalib, Fahim Kayani, Farooq Baig, Riaz Ghuman and other leaders of European countries and Kashmir-related movements have appealed that England is no longer a member of the European Union.
The Kashmir issue used to be highlighted there but now the representation of England in EU is completely gone. The Indian lobby gets the clear field for propaganda as there is no representation from England in EU.