On the occasion of G7 conference, Tehreek-e-Kashmir staged a protest rally in Hamburg city center. Prayers for forgiveness were offered in mosques across Germany in memory of the 30 martyrs who were massacred on June 11, 1991 due to the brutality of the Indian forces. The demonstration was organized by Tehreek-e-Kashmir Hamburg and was attended by local leaders of Pakistani political parties, mosque clerics and a large number of community members.
The speakers called upon the human rights organizations from all over the world, including the leaders of the G7 countries, to play their role in stopping the ongoing inhumane atrocities in Kashmir and giving Kashmiris the right to self-determination.
The Kashmir Movement of Germany expressed solidarity with the Kashmir martyrs in various cities across Germany mainly Hanover, Stuttgart, Dresden, Berlin and offered special prayers for them.
President of Kashmir Movement Hamburg Riaz Ghoman arranges special prayers in mosques across Germany. Rana Amir Mahmood, Chaudhry Tariq, Sheikh Shehzad, Farid Shah, Rao Haseeb, Hafiz Azeem, Muhammad Iqbal, Javed Iqbal, Tariq Mahmood, Shahid Bhai Syed Shahid, Maulana Hafiz Abdul Ghafoor, Naseer Warsi, Rana Saqib Khalid, Ashiq Ali, Atif Butt, Lala Shabbir, Usman Ali, Bilal Chaudhry, Raja Tanveer, Faseel, Raja Shoaib, Shahroz, Faseel Ali. All the Tehreek-e-Kashmir leaders conveyed the message of Kashmir movement in different cities and expressing solidarity with the Kashmiris.
On the occasion of the G7 summit, Ghoman called on G7 leaders and the world’s human rights organizations to show empathy for the passionate people of Kashmir and play their role in giving them self-determination to stop Indian atrocities.