TeK will demonstrate
in Glasgow; say
Faheem Kayani, M. Ghalib


BIRMINGHAM: President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) UK chapter Fahim Kayani has stated that Kashmiris, Pakistanis along with other communities will stage protests in Glascow on October 31 and November 2 to expose the atrocities the Kashmiris face at the hands of Modi-led government in J&K.

Indian PM Narendra Modi arrived in the Italian capital on Friday to attend the G20 Summit, intergovernmental forum comprising of world’s major economies.

“TeK has arranged more protests in UK and Europe to mark 74 years of Indian occupation of J&K”, Fahim Kayani stated.

BIRMINGHAM: President of Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) UK chapter Fahim Kayani (third from left) and Muhammad Ghalib, President TeK Europe chapter (second from left) addressing a press conference.

Kayani went on to state that TeK has also arranged a digital van campaign along with a protest outside the Indian High commission London.

He said that AJK President Barrister Sultan Mehmood attended the protest demonstration in London as the chief guest.

Kayani said that TeK will also stage protests outside Indian embassies in Norway, Germany and Denmark to expose the brutality of Indian forces, violating basic human rights in the occupied valley.

“Modi is not welcome at G20 summit in Rome and COP26 in Glasgow. He shouldn’t be given a chance to present India as no minority or state is in peace in India and J&K,” stated Muhammad Ghalib, President TeK Europe chapter.

“Many extrajudicial killings have taken place in the last few days. The world knows Indian army has modern weapons so how can it blame innocent Kashmiris for creating terrorism in the region. We will expose India to show solidarity with the Kashmiris.” He revealed by adding that more than 1,500 Kashmiris have been detained under false charges with religion being used as a tool to divide and rule the Muslim-majority region.