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Aleesha
Profoundly disappointing for the Kashmiri diaspora in Britain that Labour have done this. When the human rights of Kashmiris are being systematically violated & Genocide Watch have released an alert, Labour cannot remain silent. It's an international issue
Move comes after some Indian groups in UK urged supporters to vote Conservative
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Aleesha Nov 15
Replying to @a_leesha1
It's galling. Labour should not bow down to BJP interference in the UK election. This essentially tells the Kashmiri diaspora in the UK that Lab doesn't care that India revoked Kashmir's special status. We cannot remain silent on what is the most militarised zone in the world.
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Aleesha Nov 15
Replying to @a_leesha1
The majority of British Pakistanis come from Azad Kashmir. How can we trust Labour if they're ready to turn their backs on us and our fight for independence at the first sign of BJP fascist interference in the election?
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yusuf chopdat Nov 15
Replying to @a_leesha1 @UKLabour
I agree with you about what is happening is Kashmir is wrong But its correct is say cant do much also This is a battle there cant pick sides If pick sides then the other is offended So its say there will help but not take sides
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she/her Nov 15
Replying to @a_leesha1
this is so heartbreaking.
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SoniaThanki Nov 15
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Ed Poole Nov 15
Replying to @a_leesha1
Another gutless decision from the top table.
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SoniaThanki Nov 15
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SoniaThanki Nov 15
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Sonia Kaur Nov 15
Replying to @a_leesha1
Its fine. Us British Indisns have been Conservative for a while now, and will remain so. The Labour Party is all yours.
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