UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan prompted the transnational community on Thursday to convert India to incontinently end its blatant oppression of the Kashmiri people, reverse all unilateral and illegal measures introduced since August 5, 2019, and halt the genocidal settler design in the engaged home.

In a communication on the Right to Tone- Determination Day, Pakistan’s UN Ambassador Munir Akram also prompted transnational mortal rights and philanthropic organizations to “ take cognizance of India’s crimes in Kashmir.”

On Jan 5, 1949, the United Nations Commission for India & Pakistan (UNCIP) espoused a major resolution calling for a free and unprejudiced plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir under the aegis of the United Nations. The resolution is a hallmark of the UN’s commitment to the longstanding struggle of the Kashmiri people to realize their right to tone- determination.

Pakistanis and Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and the world observe Jan 5 as the Right to Tone- Determination Day to remind the United Nations of the need to apply its own judgments on this disagreement.

“ The United Nations, especially the Security Council, has an abiding responsibility to deliver on the pledge it made to the people of Jammu and Kashmir 73 times agone,” Ambassador Akram said in his statement issued in New York.

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“ At the same time, the transnational community must ensure that massive mortal rights violations and crimes committed by India don’t go unpunished. The perpetrators must be held responsible,” he added.

Ambassador Akram refocused out that India’s revolutionist Hindutva governance had stationed nearly colors in the enthralled Kashmir who were “ responsible for unleashing a brutal reign of terror through curfews and dispatches knockouts; incarceration of Kashmiri political leaders and illegal detention of thousands of Kashmiri youth.”

The occupation colors, he said, had also committed extra-judicial killings; violent repression of peaceful Kashmiri demurrers, including by using bullet ordnance that has dazed indeed youthful children; and the obliteration of entire neighborhoods and townlets as a form of collaborative discipline.

Ambassador Akram advised UN member countries of their duty to stop India’s Hindutva leaders from enforcing the so-called ‘ final result in Kashmir. Under this policy, India was trying to “ permanently alter the demography of the internationally honored disputed State,” he added.

Since August 5, 2019, India has issued millions of fake diggings with the end of ultimately transubstantiating the Muslim maturity State into a Hindu maturity home. This conduct constitutes an obvious violation of transnational philanthropic law including the Genocide Convention.




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