Presurising India on international level could release Yasin Malik
Lahore: Due to the efforts of Chairman “All Parties Task Force for Kashmir” Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar, a signature campaign has been launched in the British Parliament to debate the fair trial and release of Yasin Malik while for the trial and release of Yasin Malik in various cities and areas across the UK, more than 10,000 people will take part in a campaign and sign it.According to details, a special function was organized in this regard in the British Parliament under the Jammu and Kashmir Movement for Self-Determination International. Special guest of the event was Former Governor Punjab and Chairman “All Parties Task Force for Kashmir” Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar while on this occasion, Chairperson of All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Kashmir Debbie Abrahams MP and former Adviser to the Government of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Raja Shaukat, Khaliq Advocate, Raja Najabat Hussain, Yasim Dar, and Naila Sharif were also present.On the occasion, Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar was told by the British members of Parliament and others that the campaign would be intensified in the next three weeks in the presence of MPs in every city and constituency in the UK so that 10,000 signatures can be obtained for debate and release in the British Parliament against India’s case against Yasin Malik. By putting diplomatic pressure on India at the international level, we have to win the independence of Yasin Malik.Chaudhry Sarwar said that a similar campaign will be launched in the International Court of Justice, European countries, European Parliament, the USA, and Middle East countries to make it possible for the captive Kashmiri leader Yasin Malik to get justice. A huge tribute was paid to Former Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar and Debbie Abrahams for their efforts by Jammu and Kashmir Tehreek-e-Haq Self-Determination International. In every city of the UK, people are protesting peacefully for the release of Yasin Malik and other Kashmiri leaders from Indian jails who have been sentenced to fabricated charges. On all the national days of Pakistan and Kashmir, Overseas Kashmiris held events and demonstrations and contact their respective members of the British Parliament.