The Labour Party had passed an emergency motion on Kashmir calling for Corbyn to seek international observers to 'enter' the region and demand the right of self-determination for its people.
The Labour leader goes on to stress that the party remains committed to ensuring that the rights of all citizens of Kashmir are respected and upheld.
Corbyn meeting: Congress disowns UK unit saying it is not authorised to discuss India's internal issues
The BJP lashed out at the Congress over its 'shameful shenanigans' and demanded an explanation from it on the meeting in UK.
The BJP lashed out at the Congress over its 'shameful shenanigans' and demanded an explanation following which the latter hit out at the ruling party accusing it of making 'malicious statements.'
Both sides discussed the human rights situation in Kashmir after the revocation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.
Labour Friends of India, representative diaspora group of Labour Party, issued letter to Corbyn and Emily Thornberry to raise concerns over procedure followed in the so-called emergency motion.
The move by Johnson to suspend Parliament could make it more likely that Britain falls out of the European Union on October 31 without a deal, wreaking havoc for people and businesses.
The meeting follows concerns that in his pursuit of a 'do or die' Brexit, Johnson may attempt to suspend Parliament and prevent MPs from having their say.
Jeremy Corbyn hopes to take over as a temporary Prime Minister, seek an extension to Britain's October 31 EU departure date in order to avert a no-deal exit, and then call a general election.
Prime Minister Theresa May's official spokesperson said she was aware of the video but had not watched it, and had called it "clearly unacceptable".
The vote will determine who gets to negotiate Britain's departure from the EU over the next two years.
Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has gained momentum during the election campaign and regularly attracts big crowds to his rallies.