LONDON - The Kashmir Day was observed on Saturday by Kashmiri and Pakistani community in UK to expressed solidarity with the people of occupied Jammu & Kashmir. Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK held public meetings and seminars to express their full support to the people of Jammu and Kashmir who are struggling for their right to self-determination. Addressing a gathering of Kashmir community at Birmingham city of West Midlands, speakers condemned brutal and unwarranted use of force by the Indian Army, economic blockade of Muslim population by Hindu radical groups in Jammu and arbitrary arrest of civilians and APHC leadership. Through a resolution passed unanimously, United Nations, European Union and United Kingdom were asked to play their role for restoring peace and order in Kashmir urging India to stop violation of human rights and grant Kashmiris their right to self determination. Muhammed Ghalib, president of Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK in his address said that 61 years has been passed and people of Kashmir are still struggling to achieve their internationally acknowledged right to self-determination. They have sacrificed so many precious lives but still their cries are unheard and there is no one to wipe their tears of sorrow. The Kashmir situation, he said has taken a dangerous turn. If the issue is not resolved peacefully, it could endanger the peace of entire world, he warned. Mufti Abdul Majid Nadeem, the Secretary General of Tehreek-e-Kashmir condemned the torture of unarmed Kashmiris by Indian troops and urged Pakistan to review its Kashmir policy. He demanded the Kashmir dispute should be resolved in the light of UN resolutions. He also demanded for an end to the ongoing economic blockade in the held Valley. Addressing a public meeting at Northern city of Manchester, Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK Patron Syed Munwar Mashadi and Kashmiri community leaders in their speeches vowed to continue efforts for achieving a just solution to the Kashmir issue and not to hesitate in rendering supreme sacrifices. Similar functions were organised by Tehreek-e-Kashmir Midland, South, North and Scotland Zone, Glasgow, Bradford, Sheffield, Burnley, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Luton, London, Reading, Peterborough and Derby to express solidarity with Kashmiris. Speaking on occasion, the speakers urged the international community to persuade India to withdraw its forces from Kashmir and hold a plebiscite as guaranteed under the relevant UN resolutions. They also called upon the UN to play its due role to put an end to untold miseries and human rights violations of Kashmiris at the hands of Indian troops.