London: Voices on Indian atrocities in Kashmir are getting louder in the British houses.
Barrister Imran Hussain, a British Member of Parliament, raised the issue of Yasin Malik and Kashmir in Parliament.
Imran Hussain asked British Foreign Secretary Liz Trace that India was using the illegal Public Safety Act in Kashmir.
He said the Public Safety Act was being used against human rights workers and political leaders.
Imran Hussain asked LizTress whether it was right to make a trade deal with the Modi government stained with the blood of innocents.
In response to which British Foreign Secretary Liz Trace said that we want India and Pakistan to find a lasting solution to the Kashmir issue.
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Earlier, British MP Tan Man Singh had also spoken in support of Yasin Malik, the Hurriyat leader of occupied Kashmir.
He had demanded in the House that justice be provided to Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik, adding that the condition of basic human rights in India was not good.