New York (October 30, 2018): Pakstan’s permanent delegate at UN, Maliha Lodhi stated that the utter violation of human rights in Kashmir is a black spot over every human’s conscience.
According to details, Pakistan’s delegate at the United Nations, Maliha Lodhi has appealed the Worldwide Brethren to take action against the absolute suppression of Kashmiris.
She emphasized that how Indians forces are depriving the residents of their basic human rights.
Speaking this morning in the UN’s Third Committee on Promotion and Protection of Human Rights : reminding the international community again about the human rights violations going on in occupied Jammu and Kashmir pic.twitter.com/iBZbrulCSm
— Maleeha Lodhi (@LodhiMaleeha) 29 October 2018
Earlier on October 27, Black Day was observed across Pakistan to express solidarity with Kashmiri people in their unprecedented peaceful struggle for their right to self-determination.
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President and Prime Minister, in their separate messages on the occasion of “Kashmir Black Day” reiterated unflinching diplomatic and political support for the just cause of the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
On October 24, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also urged UN to play its due role in resolving the decades-old Kashmir dispute. The Foreign Minister asked the world body to send a commission of inquiry to probe human rights abuses in occupied Kashmir by the Indian forces as documented in the UN Human Rights Commission’s report.
He said on its part, Pakistan is ready to partner any global effort to promote peace and stability in the region and the world at large. Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that Pakistan has played a pivotal role in the UN peacekeeping missions across the world, as it believes in peace all over the world. He said 156 Pakistani peacekeepers have sacrificed their lives to achieve this goal.
In his remarks on the occasion, UN Resident Coordinator to Pakistan Neil Buhne said the UN has also issued its report on human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir.
The UN Representative said that the world body is ready to play its role in the resolution of Kashmir dispute provided India and Pakistan agree to it.