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Closed petition Urge India and UN to send UN Peacekeepers to Kashmir and carry out a plebiscite

In Kashmir, the UN itself demanded such a vote but India after 72 years has now openly refused to allow the UN to mediate on this matter. This has led to endless conflict including two Indo-Pakistani wars, hundreds of thousands of deaths, abuses and incarcerations.

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A UN supervised plebiscite is their right!

Many indigenous minorities within India have been denied their right to self-determination but are attempting to initiate plebiscites e.g. the Sikh Referendum 2020.

India has now escalated the conflict by withdrawing Kashmir's special constitutional status (Article 370) and attempting to absorb the region as a 'Union' territory.

Article below is a statement of Kashmir's Self Determination Struggle:-

This petition is closed All petitions run for 6 months

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MPs to debate the political situation in Kashmir

MPs will debate the political situation in Kashmir this Wednesday 13 January in Westminster Hall.

This will be a general debate. General debates allow MPs to debate important issues, however they do not end in a vote nor can they change the law.

The debate will start at 4.30pm and last for an hour.

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