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Parliament adopts resolution against India for revoking IOK’s special status

Parliament adopts resolution against India for revoking IOK’s special status
August 7, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The joint session of parliament on Wednesday unanimously passed the resolution against India for revoking the special status of Occupied Kashmir. The 26-point resolution against Indian acts and aggression was presented by Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Affairs Fakhar Imam. The resolution bears the signatures of leaders of all parliamentary parties. According to the resolution, the Kashmir dispute has three parties – Pakistan, India and Kashmiris. The Kashmir issue should be resolved according to the United Nations resolutions as well wishes of Kashmiris. It also condemned the violation of ceasefire and use of cluster bombs on civilian population by India. The resolution reiterated support for Kashmiris’ right to self-determination. It demanded that India should immediately stop the violations of human rights, abrogate all its illegal acts and release the Kashmiri Hurriyat leaders. It said that one-sided solution to the Kashmir dispute is unacceptable. Kashmir is a controversial territory and the international community should stop India to make unilateral decision about Occupied Kashmir.