TOWARD INDIA OVER KASHMIR, TURKEY BECOMES MORE PAKISTANI

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This development comes after POJK President Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhary proposed the setting up of Kashmir Committee to the Turkish parliamentarians

In a hostile diplomatic move against India, Turkey has decided to follow in the footsteps of Pakistan on Kashmir.

The Turkish parliamentarians of the ruling party have decided to form a Kashmir Committee and present a resolution on Kashmir on the same lines as Pakistan in the Turkish parliament. This development comes after Pakistan Occupied Jammu Kashmir President Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhary proposed the setting up of Kashmir Committee to the Turkish parliamentarians.

In addition to engaging in cross-border jihadist terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir for the past four decades, Pakistan has waged a diplomatic campaign in Muslim nations all over the world to support its claim on the Indian state that it has attempted to invade four times since its founding.

During a special meeting on Friday between Barrister Sultan and Ali Shahin, a member of Turkey’s ruling party, Turkey made their announcement about Kashmir. In addition, the Turkish MP arranged a supper in Parliament House in Barrister Sultan’s honour. The POJK president met in-depth with the Turkish MPs in the parliament later on.

Turkish MP Efkan ALA, Deputy Chair of the AK Party, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Ahmet Yildiz, Ephif Demir Kiran, Fevezi Sanverdi, Memet Aslan, Ibrahim Anoor, and others were present during the meeting.

“We are really grateful to the ruling party of Turkey, notably Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for openly supporting the Kashmir cause,” barrister Chaudhry remarked during the meeting. He expressed the hope that the Turkish government will continue to step up its efforts to support Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir at all significant fora.

False claims have been made by Pakistan on the deterioration of the political and human rights situation in Indian Kashmir. Chaudhry stated that there was an urgent need and repeated the same accusations against India.

Efkan ALA, a Turkish member of parliament who serves as vice chair of the AK Party and chair of the foreign affairs committee, as well as Ahmet Yildiz, Ephif Demir Kiran, Fevezi Sanverdi, Memet Aslan, and Ibrahim Anoor, among others, attended the conference.

Barrister Chaudhry added during the conference that “we are very grateful to the ruling party of Turkey, notably Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, for openly supporting the Kashmir cause.” He expressed the wish that the Turkish government will work even more to support Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir at all significant fora.

Pakistan has made bogus claims about the deterioration of the political and human rights situation in Indian Kashmir. Chaudhry reiterated the same criticisms of India and claimed that there was a pressing need for action.

It is pertinent to mention that Turkey and Indian relations have been on a steep decline for past three years as Turkey has been raising the Kashmir issue consistently in the UN. Turkey also has emerged as a strong hub for anti-India activities.

Turkey’s policy to provide safe havens to Kashmiri Islamist extremists having links with terrorist organizations, employment to anti-India Kashmiri journalists, providing scholarships and funding NGOs in India to influence Indian Kashmiris and Muslims to carry out anti-India activities has been central to its foreign policy on India. The recently banned Islamic organization Popular Front of India (PFI) maintained very close ties with a Turkish NGO, Insane Hak ve Hurriyetleri ve Insani Yadim Vakfi also known globally as Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief or IHH. IHH is believed to have deep ties with the global terrorist organization Al-Qaeda.

The impasse in relations between the two nations persists despite the meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan that took place last September on the fringes of the SCO summit. Relations between India and Turkey have been significantly hampered by Turkey’s persistent support for Pakistan, particularly regarding the Kashmir dispute. The recent development is expected to worsen the situation further between the two nations.

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