UK MP expresses concern over HR abuses by Indian troops in Kashmir
Judith Cummins, Member of UK Parliament from the Labor Party, has communicated genuine worry over the human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir, especially since August, a year ago, when India repudiated the exceptional status of the region.
Judith Cummins in an announcement gave in London stated, "I immovably accept that we should try harder towards making sure about a sheltered and quiet future for Kashmir. The United Kingdom must have its impact in accomplishing this. I have said before that I accept the British Government must assume a functioning job inside the worldwide network in making sure about a tranquil arrangement through encouraging authentic exchange among India and Pakistan. In this regard, I don't accept that Kashmir is exclusively a respective issue among India and Pakistan."
The MP said she likewise completely backs the Kashmiris' entitlement to self-assurance as ordered by the UN Security Council goals. I will bolster all peaceful and discretionary endeavors to encourage this privilege to self-assurance, she included.
Judith Cummins said she kept in touch with the Foreign Secretary on the eighth August 2019 to raise the Kashmir issue. "I solidly accept that Labor must remain against human rights mishandles any place they happen and on account of Kashmir we should be vocal in our help for those anguish," she said.
The Labor MP said that in February, this year, she visited Kashmir as a major aspect of an assignment of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Kashmir to see increasingly about the circumstance on the ground. She said that during the visit, she met with the President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan, and visited the Line of Control at Chakothi. She additionally visited the Gulpur Refugee camp in Kotli to hear straightforwardly from uprooted individuals.
Judith Cummins said that she additionally had various gatherings in Islamabad incorporating with the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, and the Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Raja Farooq Haider, just as authorities from the British Embassy. "I additionally note the ongoing remarks from Haroon Khan, Secretary General of the Muslim Council of Britain, following Sir Keir Starmer's letter on eighth May 2020 to the MCB explaining the position set out in a previous letter to the Labor Friends of India.
She likewise invited the explanation from Keir Starmer that the Labor Party was focused on supporting the UN goals on the privileges of the Kashmiri individuals. This issue is one vital for some Muslims in Britain, and it is basic that an enduring, tranquil arrangement is tried to end the continuous clash in Kashmir, she included.
The MP stated, "I anticipate working with Keir Starmer and Shadow Foreign Secretary, Lisa Nandy, to guarantee the voices of Britain's Kashmiri people group are heard." Judith Cummins said that she would keep on supporting the privileges of the individuals of Kashmir in all discussions, including inside the Labor Party.