Fawad Chaudhary Asks Britain to Return Koh-i-Noor Diamond to Pakistan

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Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday requested that Britain return the Koh-I-Noor Diamond – subject to a harsh possession fight – to Pakistan

The Koh-I-Noor (“Mountain of Light”), presently part of the British Crown Jewels, has seen the birth and the fall of realms over the Indian subcontinent.

Fawad additionally repeated and embraced the interest that Britain must apologize to Pakistan, India and Bangladesh for the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh slaughter, in which British troops opened flame on a great many unarmed nonconformists and murdered scores.

English Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday communicated lament for the slaughter by British troops in India in 1919 however held back before a full conciliatory sentiment.

“We profoundly lament what occurred and the enduring caused,” May told the British parliament, as India gets ready to stamp the 100th commemoration of the killings.

Jeremy Corbyn, pioneer of the principle restriction Labor Party, required “a full, clear and unequivocal statement of regret”.

The gem, once largest known precious stone on the planet, is set in a crown last worn by the late Queen Mother amid her royal celebration and was shown over her crown when her pine box lay in state after her passing in 2002.

An appeal looking for return of the gem from the British government has additionally been pending in the Lahore High Court throughout the previous multi year.


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