Pak PM offers dossier on Kashmir to UN chief
Pak PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has handed over a dossier on alleged human rights violations in J&K to UN chief Antonio Guterres.
The National Security Committee, i.e. NSC, in a conference headed by Abbasi, was informed on Friday that the Pak PM gave a dossier documenting the “systematic human rights violations by India” in J&K to Guterres throughout the UN General Assembly, i.e. UNGA.
As per reports Pak PM Abbasi also advise the UN to assign an exclusive representative to Kashmir to take stock of the circumstances in the Valley. The gathering was supposedly attended by Pakistan’s, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Minister of Finance, all three services chiefs along with senior civil and military officials.
The statement alleged that “The Committee destined human rights breach in Kashmir. And also expressed deep worry over the ceasefire violations along the LoC.”
The statement supposes that the result of Pak PM Abbasi’s visit to New York for the UNGA was shared with the group in the meeting. The committee concise that Pak PM along with Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif occupied the control of numerous the main countries. It is due to share Islamabad’s outlook on regional and global safety challenges.
The Pak PM alleged at the UNGA session “The Kashmir clash should be resolved fairly, quietly and expeditiously, as India is reluctant to begin the peace process again with Pakistan. We call on the Security Council to accomplish its compulsion to secure the execution of its resolutions on J&K”.
The Committee also evaluates the existing developments in the association with Afghanistan as well as conventional avenues for sustained collaboration, the statement supposed.
The participants repeat promise for peace in Afghanistan all the way through an Afghan-led as well as the Afghan-owned peace process.
The report states that “The Committee uttered its unwavering tenacity to maintain Pakistan defence impregnable next to all forms of exterior aggression.”