Mark Lyall Grant, German HR activists urge world to resolve Kashmir concern

Britain’s former ambassador to the United Nations, Mark Lyall Grant has urged the worldwide group to assist resolve the Kashmir dispute.   

In an article in US journal, Forbes Grant mentioned tensions are close to boiling level with the more and more bitter feud between Pakistan and India over disputed Kashmir area placing the safety of the entire subcontinent in danger.

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Grant mentioned India’s newest motion is certain to extend the degrees of disaffection and extremism within the Muslim majority inhabitants of Kashmir.

German human rights activists additionally referred to as upon the world to not stay blind to the abuses dedicated by Indian forces in Occupied Kashmir.

Rights leaders, Karl-Christian Hausmann of UPF, Patricia related to a German human rights group, Dr Ishaq and Zafar Qureshi from London and Kashmir Council EU Chairman, Ali Raza Syed addressed the convention titled, “The Alarming Humanitarian Disaster in Kashmir” from time to time of UN Worldwide Day for Tolerance in Stuttgart metropolis.

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Addressing the convention, they promised to do their utmost to make individuals conscious of wrongdoing in Kashmir.

Different audio system of the convention additionally emphasised the worldwide group to play its position for the top of curfew within the occupied valley and a peaceable settlement of Kashmir concern.

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