FM calls for implementation of UNSC resolutions on Kashmir
Impartial probe into massacres by Indian troops in IIOJK demanded
Islamabad: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi says UN is the best inter-governmental organization to address the common issues faced by humanity including the contemporary triple challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In his message on the occasion of the United Nations Day, he said Pakistan joins the international community today in celebrating the 76th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.
He said inspired and guided by the vision of our founding father, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Pakistan has always upheld the principles of the UN Charter.
He reiterated the call on the international community to work towards the implementation of relevant UN Security Council resolutions on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
He said Pakistan stands ready to work hand in hand with fellow UN member states to continue pursuing the noble ideals of the UN Charter for attaining peace, progress and prosperity worldwide.
Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir has been converted into a military garrison on the visit of Indian Home Minister, Amit Shah by Indian authorities.
This is his first visit to the held territory since abrogation of its special status by Modi-led fascist Indian government on August 05, 2019.
Meanwhile, Indian government has sent 50 more companies of paramilitary forces to IIOJK to suppress the Kashmiris’ ongoing freedom struggle. These paramilitary personnel have been deployed in different parts of the Kashmir Valley, particularly Srinagar.
It is noted that The illegally detained All Parties Hurriyat Conference Vice Chairman, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, in a message from New Delhi’s Tihar Jail expressed grave concern over the grim situation in IIOJK.
APHC leader and the chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Social Peace Forum, Advocate Devinder Singh Behl, and Jammu and Kashmir Peoples League, in their statements expressed serious concern over the shifting of illegally detained Kashmiris from various prisons of the Kashmir Valley to the Agra Jail in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
On the other hand, a report released by Kashmir Media Service, on Saturday, said Kashmiri journalists are witnessing systemic intimidation and harassment at the hands of the authorities for highlighting the Indian atrocities in IIOJK.