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British MP denounces New Delhi’s plot to execute Yasin Malik

London, May 30, 2023 (PPI-OT): British Member of Parliament Mohammad Yaseen has condemned the move by the Indian government to orchestrate judicial murder of Kashmiri leader Muhammad Yasin Malik, who is already facing life sentence in fake cases. Addressing a meeting hosted by Jammu and Kashmir Self Determination Movement International led by founder Chairman Raja Najabat Hussain in Bradford on Tuesday, he asked British government to step in and play its role for the release of Muhammad Yasin Malik from Indian jail. He also sought his government’s role to prevail upon the Moid government to stop human right violations in Indian Illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

The participants of the meeting discussed the prevailing situation in occupied Jammu and Kashmir. The MP assured the British Kashmiris that he will raise the issue of Mohammad Yaseen Malik and other Kashmiri Leaders in the British Parliament along with APPG on Kashmir and Friends of Kashmir. He thanked Raja Najabat Hussain and his whole team for raising the voice of suffering people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Others who attended the meeting were Raja Shaukat Khaliq, Sardar Abdur Rahman Khan, former Lord Mayor of Bradford Chaudhary Rang Zeb,Asif Naseem Rathore, Chaudhary Mohammad Asif, Chaudhary Mohammad Sheraz, Raja Mehrban Hussain, Mohammad Rafique Sehgal, Mohammad Harry Boota, Raja Riaz Ahmad, Raja Mohammad Ayub, Raja Mohammad Maqsood, Raja Ansari Ahmad and Raja Faizan Ahmed. Raja Najabat Hussain thanked All the participants and announced that his team will campaign all over the UK and approach British parliamentarians and human right activists to get support for Mohammad Yaseen Malik and other Kashmiri prisoners languishing in Indian jails for their release.

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Kashmir Media Service

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