The venue comes as no surprise as the ISI has a very active desk in the UK and draws a lot of support from the huge British Pakistan community
New Delhi, Sep 02: September 1 marked a year since the death of the pro-Pakistan, Kashmiri separatist, Syed Ali Shah Geelani. To mark the event, an organisation called the Tehreek-i-Kashmir UK, which is backed by Pakistan’s ISI, is organising a week-long programme in England.
The venue comes as no surprise because the ISI has a very active desk in the UK and draws a lot of support from the huge British Pakistan community. The ISI has very often used this desk to drum up anti-India sentiments and has also influenced many lawmakers in the UK to speak out against New Delhi on issues such as Kashmir. The desk has also been very actively using the pro-Khalistan voices in the UK to drum up an anti-India narrative.
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