JKNIA

AcronymDefinition
JKNIAJulius K. Nyerere International Airport (Tanzania)
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"Today, we have gathered here to demand the arrest of the killers of one of our tallest leaders Arif Shahid," said JKNIA activist Sajjad Raja.
This is the reason why the British Kashmiri community has been protesting against Pakistan," the JKNIA leader added.
When Kashmiri refused and stated whoever wanted to talk to him could do so inside, the aACAydiplomataACAO went out and returned with two uniformed policemen who asked the JKNIA delegation to leave the conference room since they were a aACoesecurity risk."
The delegation of the JKNIA was forced to leave the conference room where Pakistanis were disseminating lies and distorted stories on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
She also walked out to express her solidarity with the JKNIA delegation.
In anger, and to express solidarity with the JKNIA delegation, she also walked out.
JKNIA demonstration will take place outside 10 Downing Street between 11 am and 4 pm.
London [UK] / Brussels [Belgium], Nov 28 ( ANI ): Activists of Jammu Kashmir National Independence Alliance (JKNIA) took to the streets in London to demand an end to the decades-long subjugation and economic depredation of the illegally occupied regions of Gilgit Baltistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
Mahmood Kashmiri, chairperson of JKNIA shouted slogans against Pakistan Army and blamed the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) for killing Kashmiri activist Arif Shahid.
The JKNIA recently arranged a lobbying on Jammu and Kashmir dispute in the British Parliament, where lobbyists met individual MPs, followed by a joint meeting.
Mahmood Kashmiri, the chairman of the Jammu Kashmir National Independence Alliance (JKNIA), said, "The state of Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory, so Pakistan and China have no right to use this disputed land.
In the UK, an organization called the Jammu Kashmir National Independence Alliance (JKNIA) presented a memo to the Pak Consulate in Bradford endorsing the C's 'charter of demands.'