LONDON: A protest organized by members of the JKLF (Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front) took place on Sunday in front of the High Commission of India denouncing serious violations of rights in occupied Indian Kashmir, reported ARY News.
A large crowd gathered to show their dissent against the prevailing atrocities that were distributed against innocent cashmerers in the land annexed illegally.
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Protesters were not disturbed by extreme weather and Cyclone Dennis, which is currently on the horizon of England.
People were seen singing and making slogans in favor of Kashmir and against the Indian government and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In occupied Kashmir, the president of the Jammu and Kashmir Employees Movement, Muhammad Shafi Lone, said that India is determined to repress the freedom movement of cashmere through military power.
In a statement, he said freedom movements can never be repressed through such tyranny.
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He also expressed concern that the UN seemed helpless before the cruel forces of the world and could not implement its own resolution on Kashmir.
Meanwhile, three students from the Shopian district, studying at a private engineering school in Karnataka, were arrested on sedition charges for allegedly raising pro-Pakistan slogans and posting a video of this on social media.