LONDON – In a bid to discourage G20 members from accepting Indian invite to participate in a controversial G20 meeting in Indian Illegally occupied Kashmir (IIoJK), United Kingdom based Kashmiris illustrious rights outfit Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK launched a digital campaign in the UK on Thursday.
According to Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) UK, a digital van highlighting disputed nature of IIoJK is visiting all embassies of G20 member nations in London.
It will also visit the British parliament and other important places in London to remind the G20 member nations that “accepting Indian invite disregard UN mandate and international law on IIoJK,” said Fahim Kayani, leader of TeK.
The digital campaign urged the G20 member nations to boycott the Indian event in IIoJK while urging the nations to end colonization of Kashmir by India.
“Holding any event related to G20 in Kashmir violates UN resolutions as it enables genocide committed by India,” said Kayani.
“Rise to occasion and hold India accountable on IIOJK,” Kayani said, addressing the G20 nations.
He reminded the G20 member states that Kashmir was a disputed territory whose destiny was yet to be decided by its people.
“Attending any international event in IIoJK at India’s invitation makes these nations complicit in crimes committed by India,” he said, warning the world’s top 20 economies to respect international law.
“Our campaign is to make these G20 nations aware of India’s reality behind holding such an event in IIOJK,” said Kayani. “Indian propaganda machinery has led these G20 nations thinking that everything is honky dory in IIoJK but the reality is that India is holding Kashmir hostage at gun point.”