Kashmir digital campaign’ to highlight Indian atrocities launched

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London: The Tehreek-e-Kashmir, United Kingdom, has launched a ‘Kashmir Digital Campaign’ in different cities to highlight the rising Indian atrocities in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJK).

The TeK UK President, Fahim Kayani and TeK Europe President, Muhammad Ghalib participated in the launching ceremonies of the campaign held in Wolverhampton, Walsall, Derby and Nottingham.

Fahim Kayani addressing the participants of the digital campaign reiterated his commitment to use all means to raise the IOJK dispute at every level and forum. He condemned the new domicile law and other latest illegal measures taken by India to change the demography of the territory.

He appealed to the United Nations, UK and other world powers to help people of IOJK who have been fighting for their birthright to self-determination snatched by usurper India since long.

Mohammed Ghalib described the occasion as an historical event, saying digital drive is best and can be used in the wider population in UK and Europe to make people aware of the sufferings of Kashmiris at the hands of Indian troops in IOK.

He appealed to the UK and Pakistan governments to step up their efforts to help people of IOJK to fight against Indian state terrorism.

Vice President of TeK, Midland Zone, Yahya Akhter thanked the people of Derby for coming out to receive the participants of Kashmir Digital Campaign.

He also paid tribute to Pakistani and Kashmiri communities in Derby and other different cities of the UK who always support the Kashmir cause

Imam of Derby Jamia Masjid, Maulana Fazal Ahmed Qadri, Tanveer Akmal, Vice President of TeK UK, Azam Farooq, Secretary General of TeK, Midland Zone, Fariduddin Lodhi, Deputy Secretary General of TeK Europe, Ali Asghar, ex-Sheriff Nottingham, Yousuf Farooq, youth leader of Tek UK, Javed Abbasi, Raja Fazal Rehman, Hadiyatullah, Maulana Muhammed Saeed and Shoaib Abbasi vowed to continue their efforts to expose atrocities committed by Indian troops in IOK.