TeK launches digital
campaign to highlight
Kashmir issue in London

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LONDON: Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) United Kingdom (UK) on Wednesday launched a digital campaign on Kashmir issue.

President TeK UK Raja Fahim Kayani and President World Kashmir Awareness Forum United States of America Dr Ghulam Nabi Mir flagged the digital van off from Brent Mosque.  At the occasion TeK President Kayani said that the main purpose of the digital van was to draw the world attention on the October 27, 1947 invasion of Indian troops in J&K.

“Kashmiri people across the globe observe October 27 every year as a black day to remind the world to implement the UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir so the people can decide about their political future”, Kayani added.

LONDON: Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) UK president Raja Fahim Kayani, Pakistani community leader Choudhary Mohammad Sadeeq and other Kashmiri leaders stand next to digital vehicle at the launch of Kashmir campaign on Wednesday. (Nation picture)
LONDON: Vehicles hired for Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK)’s digital campaign are moving on various roads in London on Wednesday.
LONDON: Vehicles hired for Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK)’s digital campaign are moving on various roads in London on Wednesday.
LONDON: Vehicles hired for Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK)’s digital campaign are moving on various roads in London on Wednesday.

President World Kashmir Awareness Forum USA, Dr Mir said that they specially came from USA to London for recording their protest against the illegal occupation of Jammu and Kashmir saying for this purpose he along with other colleagues of TeK UK will meet with different people and think tanks in UK to put pressure on India to leave the J&K.

Muhammad Luqman, Zahid Iqbal, Yasir Alam, Haji Muhammad Sadiq, Hukamdad Qadri, Chaudhry Muhammad Ramzan, Rehana Ali and others condemned the human rights violations committed by Indian army saying the continuous illegal detention of All Parties Hurryiat Conference (APHC) leaders in and outside J&K was the worst human rights violation on the planet and global human rights bodies must take the notice of Indian state terrorism.