Gratuitous concern from European boy scouts
It should mind its own business.
Already, it is rousing increasing apathy among its European constituents. If it desires to make itself more relevant, it would be better off paying attention to genuine issues that concern Europeans today, rather than seek newspaper headlines by courting controversy. In its current form, the European Parliament does not have the credentials or the power to play a useful role in Kashmir, even if its services were required in the first place.
India is a secular democracy with institutions that can solve the (not insignificant) problems of its own citizens. And it even has a Muslim majority state which chooses its own elected representatives. Europe on the other hand is constantly looking for new excuses to keep a Muslim majority Turkey out of the Union.
Europe Yawns: More typical, perhaps, was Anne-Claire Gross, a 20-year-old native of Strasbourg. She said she did not vote and has “no idea at all” about what the Parliament does, even though it is the most important institution in her hometown.[NYT]