If the Indian Army had not been in Kashmir, when would the Taliban have arrived – British MP

If the Indian Army had not been in Kashmir, when would the Taliban have arrived - British MP


The MP made a big statement during a talk on the issue of human rights in Kashmir in the House of Commons in the British Parliament

During a debate in the British Parliament, MP Bob Blackman warned that democracy in Kashmir would be destroyed as in Afghanistan if the Indian Army withdrew from Kashmir. Let us tell you that during the debate on Kashmir in the lower house of the UK Parliament, Bob said, “We have seen what happened in Afghanistan.” If the Indian Army withdraws, the condition of the people of Jammu and Kashmir will be the same as that of the people of Afghanistan after the collapse of democracy.

Let us tell you that in the House of Commons, MP Debbie Abrahams and Pakistani-origin MP Yasmin Qureshi started a discussion on the human rights situation in Kashmir. In which MP Bob Blockman testified that due to the strength of the Indian Army, Jammu and Kashmir has not yet allowed the formation of Taliban. Jammu and Kashmir is legally an integral part of India.

Meanwhile, India has reacted sharply to the debate in the British Parliament on the issue of human rights in Kashmir, saying facts must be confirmed before making any claim on Kashmir. The motion was moved by the MPs of the all-party parliamentary group. In this, Amanda Milling, a minister in the British government, made it clear that a solution would have to be found according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people of India and Pakistan. It is not the responsibility of the UK to mediate.


The MP made a big statement during a talk on the issue of human rights in Kashmir in the House of Commons in the British Parliament

During a debate in the British Parliament, MP Bob Blackman warned that democracy in Kashmir would be destroyed as in Afghanistan if the Indian Army withdrew from Kashmir. Let us tell you that during the debate on Kashmir in the lower house of the UK Parliament, Bob said, “We have seen what happened in Afghanistan.” If the Indian Army withdraws, the condition of the people of Jammu and Kashmir will be the same as that of the people of Afghanistan after the collapse of democracy.

Let us tell you that in the House of Commons, MP Debbie Abrahams and Pakistani-origin MP Yasmin Qureshi started a discussion on the human rights situation in Kashmir. In which MP Bob Blockman testified that due to the strength of the Indian Army, Jammu and Kashmir has not yet allowed the formation of Taliban. Jammu and Kashmir is legally an integral part of India.

Meanwhile, India has reacted sharply to the debate in the British Parliament on the issue of human rights in Kashmir, saying facts must be confirmed before making any claim on Kashmir. The motion was moved by the MPs of the all-party parliamentary group. In this, Amanda Milling, a minister in the British government, made it clear that a solution would have to be found according to the wishes of the Kashmiri people of India and Pakistan. It is not the responsibility of the UK to mediate.

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