UK Parliament discusses human rights in Kashmir : India objects
London (England) – If Indian troops withdraw from Jammu and Kashmir, there will be a Taliban state, said British MP, Bob Blackman. He was speaking at a debate on Kashmir in the House of Commons, the lower house of the British Parliament. An all-party parliamentary group had proposed to discuss human rights in Kashmir. MP Debbie Abraham and MP of Pakistani descent Yasmin Qureshi also spoke on the occasion. 20 MPs participated in the discussion on this proposal. India has objected to the proposal.
BIG: UK Parliamentarian @BobBlackman in House of Commons says, Islamist Forces will Eliminate Democracy in Jammu & Kashmir like we saw in Afghanistan if Indian Troops are Withdrawn. Only Indian Army has stopped Jammu & Kashmir in India from becoming Taliban’s Afghanistan. pic.twitter.com/jsHIvcb4As
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Blackman said that Kashmir is an integral part of India. Labour MP Barry Gardiner said Pakistan harbours terrorists. They have training centres. Pakistan and its ISI have also sheltered the Taliban.
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