MUZAFFARABAD: Prime Minister of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, Raja Muhammad Farooq Haider Khan, had a meeting with British Parliamentarians in the House of Commons in London on the other day.
PM Haider, who is currently in London to mobilize the Kashmiri diaspora and also to highlight human rights in Kashmir, discussed prevailing critical situation in with the British MPs.
Organized by Raja Najabat Hussain, Chairman Jammu Kashmir Self-Determination Movement International, the meeting was attended by Chris Leslie MP, Chairman All Party Parliamentary Group on Kashmir in the British Parliament, and Deputy Chairman Jack Brereton MP.
Vice Chairman Barrister Imran Hussain MP, Shadow Foreign Minister for Europe Khalid Mahmood MP, Shadow Justice Minister Barrister Yasmin Qureshi MP, Shadow Immigration Minister Afzal Khan MP, Mohammad Yasin MP, former MP Julie Hilling, Raja Zubair Iqbal Kiani, President PMLN AJK (UK), Malik Javid Ahmed Chairman International Human Rights Federation, Tehmina Sadiq, Vice President PMLN PaK, Shahida Jarral, Raja Ijaz Mehmood, Shamaila Mahmood, Raja Ghazanfar Khan, Raja Toseef Kiani, Raja Shafiq Ahmed Chairman PMLN PaK (UK) and others were also present on the occasion.
PM Haider briefed the British Parliamentarians regarding the latest situation in Kashmir as well as persistent firings on the Line of Control.
Raja Najabat Hussain Chairman JKSDMI thanked Farooq Haider and MPs and also gave him 12-points suggestions from the Jammu Kashmir Self Determination Movement International team for international lobbying and betterment of PaK and Gilgit Baltistan.
PM Haider presented the shields to the Parliamentarians for their continued support for Kashmir cause