SRINAGAR: The British Parliamentarians would approach US president Barrack Obama to appoint a special envoy on Kashmir to find an amicable and just solution of the Kashmir dispute. Reports said that on the 25th anniversary of Muhammad Maqbool Bhat, a seminar “India, Pakistan and Kashmir, a way forward” was organized in the House of Commons by Lord Nazir Ahmad in which large number of parliamentarians, intellectuals and policy makers participated.
Speaking on the occasion, senior British parliamentarian, Lord Eric Obari said that he was hopeful that a day would come when Kashmirs would get the right to self-determination. “President Obama should seriously try to find a just solution of the K-issue,” he said. Lord Nazir Ahmad in his speech paid rich tributes to Maqbool Bhat and assured the Kashmiri nation that he would continue his support till Kashmiris get right to self-determination.
He announced that four British Parliament members including himself, Lord Obari, Marsha Singh and Kewlan Hopkin would write a letter to President Obama and urge him to appoint a special envoy on Kashmir. “International community has to play a role in the just settlement of the K-issue,” he said.-SANA