London, 17 July (IANS) | A media report says that Pakistan has given $17,917 (30 lakh Pakistani rupees) to a UK parliamentary group for a visit to its occupied Kashmir (PoK). This group mainly exposes human rights violations in Kashmir. The All-Party Parliamentary Group register showed that the All Party Parliamentary Group on Kashmir (APPGK) received between 29.7 lakh and 31.2 lakh Pakistani rupees from the Government of Pakistan on 18 February. The money was given to the group to visit PoK from 18 to 22 February. The group is headed by Labor MP Debbie Abraham. It is mandatory for all parliamentary groups to declare it in the Parliamentary Register on gains or money of more than \u00a31,500. Debbie Abraham was informed at Delhi airport on 17 February that her e-visa was not valid and was sent to Dubai. The next day she arrived in Pakistan and met Prime Minister Imran Khan. The trip was funded by Pakistan. The APPGK has British MPs from various parties, some of whom are of Pakistani origin. Their aim is to support the right of self-determination of Kashmiris, gain support from UK MPs, highlight human rights violations in Kashmir and bring justice to the people there. This is not the first time that APPGK has received funds from Pakistan. The Pakistan High Commission in London gave the group around \u00a312,000 on 17 September 2018 to travel to Islamabad and Kashmir between 17-20 September of the same year. Debbie Abraham has been a staunch critic of the Indian government's decision to abolish the special status of Jammu and Kashmir given under Article 370 of the Indian Constitution. On August 5, 2019, he wrote a letter to the then Indian High Commissioner Ruchi Ghanshyam in London expressing serious concern over the removal of special status of Kashmir. On the same day, he wrote to 'Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab' that Indian actions in Kashmir violated international law and requested Britain to temporarily stop the move to New Delhi. See more latest news from around the world,\u00a0movies news,\u00a0celebrity news, gossips, photos, videos, trending news, breaking news, media, and entertainment news, and updates on Moviespie.com. Follow us on\u00a0Twitter, Instagram, Facebook,\u00a0and\u00a0Google News\u00a0for the latest news and updates.