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An art exhibition on Indian Occupied Kashmir was hosted in London that intended to highlight the atrocities of Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir. The exhibition was organized to add weight to the ongoing freedom movement in Jammu and Kashmir. The Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi inaugurated the exhibition.
The exhibition was jointly organized by Naheed Randhawa, Chairperson of World Congress of Overseas Pakistanis (WCOP) and British Member of Parliament Imran Hussain. Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, President Azad Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan, Senator Mushahid Hussain Syed, Senator Sherry Rehman and many others attended the exhibition.
The photographs showcased the victims suffering from genocide, attack on peaceful protestors, abduction of Kashmiri men, and using Kashmiris like human shield were showcased in the art exhibition.
The organizer Naheed Randhawa said the exhibition was being organized to show solidarity with the people of Jammu and Kashmir who suffered hard under the extreme violation of human rights by Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir.
“This exhibition shows how India has been killing, maiming, and torturing Kashmiris. India has acted as an irresponsible terrorist state. This exhibition throws light on how through rape and pellet guns have been used as an instrument of war,” said Randhawa.
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The event was attended by a large gathering of guests including British Parliamentarians, members of Cross-party Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate of Pakistan, Local government Mayors and Councilors, representatives from civil society organizations, students, Kashmiris and members of the British Pakistani Diaspora.
The exhibition displayed a wide range of photographs that highlighted the sufferings of victims including women and children. The photographs showcased the victims suffering from genocide, attack on peaceful protestors, abduction of Kashmiri men, and using Kashmiris like human shield were showcased in the art exhibition.
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Speaking on the occasion, Shah Mehmood Qureshi condemned the Indian forces brutalities in Jammu Kashmir also stated that the people of Kashmir reserve the right of self-determination. He said that Pakistan and its people are providing staunch moral, diplomatic and political support to the freedom of Kashmir.