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Freedom of Expression and Press in Pakistani Occupied Kashmir

Dear Friends and Comrades :

United Kashmir People's National Party (Leeds and west yorkshire branch ) has organised a seminar on Protection of "Freedom of Expression and Press in Pakistani Occupied Kashmir".
The Seminar will be chaired by the Chairman United Kashmir People's National Party Sardar Shoukat Ali Kashmiri, Member of Parliament Mr . Fabian Hamilton along with  Councillors from Leeds and Our Progressive friends from different Progressive Political Parties.
You are invited to join us on the following date and share your views on this all important topic.
Date :sunday 28/01/2018
Time :2pm
Venue:Chapel  Allerton Methodist Church town street Leeds LS7 4NB.
Organised by UKPNP Leeds & west yourkshire Branch
For any further information please Contact
The Organiser of UKPNP (UK) Sardar Tariq Khan on 07588627262.

Amjad Yousaf President UKPNP Europe Zone 07947523263

M.Farooq Khan (Former ) General Secretary UKPNP LEEDS Branch 07951570508

Sarfaraz Ahmed President UKPNP West Yorkshire 07481211078

M.Naveed Khan President UKPNP Leeds Branch 07404432085

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