LONDON - Kashmir Martyrs Days was observed in different cities of UK with renewed resolve to continue the struggle till people of Jammu and Kashmir achieve their inalienable right to self-determination. The day was observed by Tehreek-e-Kashmir UK in collaboration with other Kashmiri social and political organisations on the call of All Parties Hurriyat Conference to pay homage to the 22 martyrs of 1931 who laid down their lives in Srinagar while protesting tyrannical policies of the Dogra ruler. Addressing a gathering at Birmingham, President Tehreek-e-Kashmir, Muhammad Ghalib termed the Srinagar incident as an important milestone in the freedom struggle and said present struggle is continuation of same movement started on July 13, 1931. He said debate on Kashmir in EU Parliament, Amnesty Internationals recent report and passage of resolution in Birmingham City Council in favour of Kashmiri peoples struggle reflects that world has realised the gravity of unresolved Kashmir issue. Ghalib said that India is biggest hurdle on the way to peace and stability. Indias intransigent attitude has posed a serious threat to the region, he said, adding, that world community should exert pressure on India to resolve Kashmir issue peacefully and according to the aspirations of the people. Secretary General Tehreek-e-Kashmir, Abdul Majeed Nadeem said Kashmiri people struggle for liberation of their motherland is bound to succeed. He said those who had made Kashmir as their business to grab powers on both sides of LoC now stand exposed before the people. Kashmiri people who had been deceived and cheated by their leaders have become aware of all the conspiracies. He urged the Kashmiris to stand united by the true and sincere leadership to make the movement a success. Chairman Pakistan Rabita Council UK, Mufti Farooq Alvi was of the view that Indias policy to suppress Kashmiris voice have failed as freedom loving people of Kashmir did not budge an inch on their principled stand. Farooq further said Pakistans policies on Kashmir damaged Kashmir issue. JI Azad Kashmir representative Raja Faheem Kiani said Kashmiris demand fulfilment of the pledges made to them by India, Pakistan and international community through UN resolutions. He said international community is party to the dispute and it should not absolve itself from the tragic incidents taking place in Kashmir.