UK nurturing `Baradri-ism` in Pak-administered Kashmir: Turabi
London: The Amir of the Jamaat-e-Islami in Pakistan-administered Kashmir, Abdur Rasheed Turabi, has claimed that the `Badari-ism` being promoted in the region, is being nurtured from Britain and by the politicians to serve their selfish motifs.
Turabi, who was addressing a Jang Forum event in London, said this disease is getting "nourishment" from the Pakistani and Kashmiri community in Britain, helping the political leaders monetary wise.
He even exclaimed that it is damaging politics in the name of genuine democracy.
Turabi said: "The world now accepts that the issue of Kashmir is a flashpoint in South Asia, but our internal disunity and petty differences have damaged this movement."
Turabi said Pakistan-origin Lords and Members of Parliament should retain their neutrality, as they are true asset to Pakistan.
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