LONDON: The National Equality Party of Jammu and Kashmir Gilgit Baltistan and Ladakh (NEP-JKGBL) in Britain on Thursday protested outside the Pakistani High Commission in London against the imprisonment of political activists and human rights activists in Pakistani-occupied Jammu and Kashmir (PoK). In a series, NEP-JKGBL President Sajjad Raja said that they were protesting peacefully outside the Pakistani High Commission but the Pakistani High Commission (PHC) called their agents to disrupt their protest and threatened and abused the protesters.
He tweeted, "Pakistan High Commission also refused to accept memorandum from National Equality Party workers. Employees of Pakistan High Commission tried to disrupt our protest in London today but were confronted by party workers. In the video, PHC employees can be seen threatening and abusing them.
Sajjad Raja said that the workers of National Equality Party raised slogans of Pakistan Army and ISI Murdabad Murdabad when they received threats, harassed and scuffled. During this, Akhrez Ahmed condemned Pakistan for attacking peaceful protesters and demanded the immediate release of imprisoned activists Hasnain Ramal, Tanveer Ahmed, Safir Ahmed and Hamayun Pasha.