A further march in support of the self-determination of Kashmiri’s against the human rights abuses inflicted by the Indian government is taking place in Birmingham tomorrow.
The protest follows a major march three weeks ago with speakers such as Unite’s Howard Beckett and Salma Yaqoob, which drew large crowds.
Speaking at tomorrow’s event will be well-known figures on the left, including Asif Mohammed, Melanie Dudley, Cllr Majid Mahmood, Gill Ogilivie, Aleesha , Cllr Ahmed Bostan, Cllr Mohammed Aikhlaq, Cllr Diane Donaldson, Unite’s Zahira Bashir and Stop the War representatives Abu Alamgir and Stuart Richardson.
The event will start from Victoria Square in Birmingham, starting at 3pm and running until around 5pm.
A further march takes place in London next Tuesday, 3 September at noon and will move from Hyde Park via Parliament Square to the Indian High Commission.
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