Lawmakers from the EU and the UK have rejected India’s push towards unilaterally solving the Kashmir conflict
Lawmakers from the EU and the UK have rejected India’s push to unilaterally settle the Kashmir issue, and must be settled by the citizens of Kashmir who are the primary stakeholders as reported by Dawn News.
As the 75th UNGA session approaches, officials, lawmakers and journalists from the UK, EU, Pakistan, Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and Azad Jammu & Kashmir concurred that people around the world must know how Kashmir has become increasingly fretful since Aug 5 last year when Indian forces sacked it, and how the situation will have far-reaching consequences across the region as tensions are at a high.
Jinnah Institute’s webinar for Kashmir joined by EU and UK lawmakers
This was stated at Jinnah Institute’s webinar titled, ‘The Future of Kashmir: A Test for Global Multilateralism and Regional Peace’.
Senator Sherry Rehman, president of the Jinnah Institute chaired the webinar session, and participants included UK Member of Parliament (MP) Andrew Gwynne, Senior journalist from IIOJK Iftikhar Gilani, Member of European Parliament (MEP) Michael Gahler, former Pakistan ambassador to the US and EU Tariq Fatemi, Indian columnist and former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) politician Sudheendra Kulkarni, former MEP Julie Ward and IIOJK-based professor Dr Siddiq Wahid.