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PM Imran Khan apprises UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres of worsening situation in IOJ&K

PM Imran Khan apprises UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres of worsening situation in IOJ&K
September 28, 2019
NEW YORK (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan called on UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres at UN Headquarters in New York on Friday. During his meeting, the prime minister told the UN secretary general that the Kashmiris are under a continuous siege for the last 54 days. “India should be forced to lift curfew in Occupied Kashmir,” he said. Commending the Secretary General for his clear articulation of the UN position on Kashmir dispute, the prime minister briefed him on the 54-days long siege of over 8 million Kashmiris amidst communications blackout. "Such draconian lock-down had no parallel in recent history, and the need for its immediate lifting could not be stressed enough." The prime minister reiterated Pakistan’s rejection of Indian illegal and unilateral actions of 5 August as these were in clear violation of UN Security Council resolutions. Noting that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights had comprehensively documented the previous gross human rights violations by India in Kashmir, the prime minister underlined that India’s recent actions represented a new chapter of intensified human rights abuses. The prime minister highlighted the risks to regional peace and security that arose from India’s illegal and irresponsible actions, underscoring the responsibility of the UN and international community to take urgent steps to save lives and help resolve the long-standing Jammu & Kashmir dispute. The Secretary General reiterated his deep concern over the human rights and humanitarian situation in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir, reaffirmed that he would remain engaged on the issue and conveyed that his offer to help facilitate a peaceful solution continued to stand. Earlier during his historic speech in the United Nations General Assembly, the prime minister said that India did terrorism in Balochistan. “Indian spy Kalbhushan Jadhav confessed to terrorism in Pakistan. India attacked Pakistan on the pretext of Pulwama,” he said. The prime minister said that the international community should help the Kashmiris get their right to self-determination before it is too late. “The United Nations should resolve the Kashmir issue.” Imran Khan said that anything could happen if a traditional war is started. “We believe in La Ilaha Illalah and will fight,” he said. Imran Khan said that Modi had given a free hand to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) for three days in Gujarat. “RSS, which was created after being impressed by Aldof Hitler, follows the ideology of the genocide of Muslims. Terrorists are trained in the camps of the RSS. Gandhi was murdered due to hate ideology of RSS,” he declared.