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OKC asks President elect Biden to keep Kashmir issue in priority agenda

OKC asks President elect Biden to keep Kashmir issue in priority

OKC asks President elect Biden to keep Kashmir issue in priority agenda of forthcoming Democratic administration.

The Organization of Kashmir Coalition (OKC) leaders said this in a congratulatory letter on Monday.

OKC asks President elect Biden to keep Kashmir issue in priority

Professor Nazir Ahmed Shawl and Barrister A Majid Tramboo forwarded the letter to the Joe Biden and Madam Kamala Harris upon their resounding victory in the United States of America’s Presidential election.

They urged the United States President Elect Joe Biden and the Vice President Elect Kamala Harris to keep the Jammu and Kashmir conflict in their priority agenda bearing in mind their election campaign assertions.

Furthermore, they cited that Biden, during the election campaign, asked the Indian government,“…to take all necessary steps to restore rights of all the people of Kashmir.”

Moreover, they referred Madam Harris generated enormous hope among Kashmiris when she declared, “We’ve to remind Kashmiris that they’re not alone in the world”.

The OKC leadership further elaborated that the gross human rights atrocities being perpetrated in the Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in terms extrajudicial killings.

Particularly with pellet-shot guns, torture, molestation and gang rapes, enforced disappearances, arbitrary arrests and detentions including the All Parties Hurriyat Conference leadership and inhuman and degrading treatment or punishment.

OKC also recalled close ties of the fascist Modi, Prime Minister of India with Trump.

They cited that, while breaking all the diplomatic norms, President Trump attended “Howdy Modi” while the Modi’s supporters introduced the slogan – “THIS ELECTION – TRUMP IS TRIUMPHANT; Abi Ki Bar – Trump Ki Sarkar”.

GTV

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