Kashmiri protest outside pakistani high commission London

Kashmiri protest outside pakistani high commission London

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LONDON: There was a demonstration held outside Pakistani High Commission, London against the further division of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

It was called ‘Save Gilgit Baltistan’ from being made a Province of Pakistan and was Organized by United Kashmir Peoples National Party (UKPNP) along with Jammu Kashmir National Independence Alliance (JKNIA) and others Special Participation President UKPNP (UK) Usman Kiani, President UKPNP (Europe) & Vice Chair (JKNIA) Sardar Amjad Yousaf, Mahmood Kashmiri Chairman (JKNIA) , Ghulam Hussain Secretary General (JKNIA) & President Kashmir Freedom Movement ,Abass Butt Spokesman (JKNIA), Dr Shabbir Chaudhary, Jamil Latif, Sardar Tariq Khan, Saqib Rafique , Raja Tahir, Zulifqar Ahmed Khan,Naveed Khan, Raziq Shafique, Sardar Farooq Khan, Shoukat Hussain, Zaheer Ahmed Khan, Usman Khan, Mohammed Saqib Khan, Sarfraz Ahmed, Muhammad Salik Hafeez, Kamran Zarait, Mehmood Hussain, Qamar Khalil, Shahid Mehmood Khan, Mazhar Mustafa, Waqar Ashraf, Kishwar Hussain Khan , Niaz Ahmed, Raja Asim Abbas, Majid Khan, Mohammed Zulifqar Ahmed , Qadeer Abbasi,Mohammed Ashraf Khan, Irfan Yaqoob, Khalil Ashraf, Tousif Ayoub, Rizwan Siddique, Ejaz Paracha and many others.There were around 80 people who gathered there and raised their voice against the further division of Kashmir.

The protester gather in front of the pakistani high commission in London along with their party flags, raised slogans and diliver speeches against the decision of pakistani government to declare Gilgit Baltistan as the fifth province of Pakistan. They called this decision of pakistani government against the UN resolutions on Kashmir and a conspiracy against the ongoing freddom movement in Kashmir. Sardar Amjad Yousaf, Councillor Ghulam Hussain, Usman Kiani, Mehmood kashmiri and Saqib Khan presented a Meomrandum to the Prime Minister of Pakistan via pakistani high commission in London.

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