International ministers concerned about human rights violations in Kashmir

The United Kingdom has stated that any allegation of human rights violations in occupied Kashmir since India revoked the special status of the territory must be thoroughly, promptly and transparently investigated.

British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told the House of Commons, the lower house of Parliament: "All allegations of human rights violations are deeply worrying. They must be investigated thoroughly, quickly and transparently. "

The UK Foreign Minister stressed that human rights concerns make Kashmir an international problem.

"The question of human rights is not only a bilateral issue for India or Pakistan, nor a national affair, it is an international issue, we expect internationally recognized human rights to respected and respected, "he said. Steve Baker, who represents a large constituency of Wycombe, originally from Kashmir, in south-east England.

On the other hand, Kansas Congressman Sharice Davids wrote a letter to US Foreign Minister Mike Pompeo asking him to address Kashmir in front of India.

She further stated in her letter that it was everyone's moral responsibility to speak out against human rights violations in the valley.

Sharice Davids expressed concern over the Indian government's decision to revoke part of the constitution that confers special status on Indian-administered Kashmir.

She said that she was keeping a close eye on current situations and that the problem should be solved with the help of democracy.

"Human rights activists and NGOs should be allowed to enter Kashmir," she added.

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