Rawalpindi, (Parliament Times) : Former Prime Minister and President All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference (AJ&KMC) Sardar Attique Ahmad Khan said that following the August 5, 2019 and Covid-19 Tehreek-e-Kashmir TeK United Kingdom (UK) came forward to launch online and virtual conferences to highlight the Indian atrocities in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K). Such virtual conferences were not only the need of hour but way forward to keep rest of the world update about the continued state terrorism in IIOJ&K.
Sardar Attique Ahmad Khan expressed these views while meeting President TeK UK Raja Fahim Kayani who called on him at Mujahid Manzil here.
Former premier Khan said that virtual conferences helped to mount pressure on India and exposed New Delhi’s nefarious designs to destabilize the peace and tranquility of South Asia.
“ Credit goes to TeK UK leadership that on time decided, gathered experts , opinion makers, scholars, politicians, writers , civil society members and academicians through the online conference during the Covid-19 to discuss the IIOJ&K situation aimed to keep the world aware of the happenings in occupied area of the state,” Khan added , saying it is time we should collectively raise the Kashmir dispute across the globe and tell the world that Indian designs are not only threat to the Kashmiris , minorities in India but also dangerous for the global peace.
Khan further said that our diaspora in UK and Europe should vehemently come forward to expose India’s extremist and violent image before the world. He said TeK UK and Europe is doing its best and we are proud of them for doing such noble job for the Kashmir cause that must be continued under the dynamic leadership of Kayani.
On the occasion TeK UK President Kayani hailed the role of Khan in the ongoing liberation movement of IIOJ&K at AJ&K , national and global level saying people in Europe and UK are still keeping update themselves about the situation of Kashmir through the statements of Khan which shows how his views are honoured , respected and valued in Pakistani and Kashmiri diaspora across the globe.