Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Parliament warned India on Thursday that it would not abolish human rights or establish any “law” that exists in Kashmir because of the idea of a “military force” and think New Delhi. Find a peaceful dialogue to resolve long-standing conflicts within the UN Security Council resolution (UNSC).
The meeting reassured the besieged leaders and Kashmiri residents living in India that AJK had supported them in the difficult part of the free movement with a sense of entitlement.
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“We will not allow you to be alone in any way. We will live with us,” through an unanimous oath, Prime Minister Raja Farooq Haider, who said he had negotiated with both members.
In view of the abolition of the Khummiri Constitution Used and the enlargement of the Indian Constitution in the disputed territories, the AJK Parliament saw that Articles 370 and 35 of the Indian Constitution were amended and repealed, respectively, to reduce the Muslim population there. Because India does not meet the United Nations-sponsored referendum.
The House believes the site is divided into two Indian states – Jammu and Kashmir is a parliament and Ladakh is no parliament – directly attacking the integrity and the democratic rights of its citizens.
It is clear that what India is doing is not only a serious violation of the UN Security Council’s ideology, but also a threat to national peace, which in turn could seriously endanger international peace.
The House has been very concerned about the increasing number of soldiers living in Kashmir and the other complexities there, and has called on people around the world not to follow India’s design.
It called on Islamabad to play a positive role as a sovereign state and an integral part of the conflict following the post-independence movement in India.
The House emphasizes that Pakistan needs to use all possible means to participate globally by removing the restrictions imposed on Kashmir citizens and freeing Kashmiri people from Indian military practices.
It is closely monitoring the health damage of Kashmiri detainees, especially those living in the famous Tihar Prison in Delhi, and calls on the United Nations Commissioner for Human Rights to release it.
The blunders he left behind in India inside the administration were also condemned, and the courage and bravery of the local residents was rewarded, which also enabled the Pakistani army to respond appropriately to India.
The House of Representatives has urged the Secretary-General to increase the number of observers to properly monitor the damage caused by the violations made by Indian soldiers.
In the past, speaking about his election, Haider believed that because of India’s illegal actions, Kashmir resumed its mandate on August 15, 1947, and its “alliance” with the Pakistani regime was restored.
He asked Prime Minister Imran Khan to bring together all political leaders on the platform and formulate a plan to counteract this.
However, Haider today voted overwhelmingly in the arrest of PML-N leader, Maryam Nawaz, and called them a “devastating blow to unity.”
“We have full confidence in Pakistan, but the arrest of Maryam Nawaz at present seems to be a conspiracy to divide the country and strengthen India’s destiny,” he said.
Former Sardar Prime Minister Atik Ahmed Khan and several other lawmakers discussed the decision.
The chairman adjourned the meeting until August 14, at which time Prime Minister Imran Khan would address.
Immediately, the AJK government announced that it would hold a “Pray for Solidarity Day with Kashmir” on Friday.