Srinagar, September 26 : In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, political leadership and organizations have thanked the Pakistan Prime Minister, Imran Khan, for highlighting the Kashmir dispute and the Indian atrocities in the territory at the UN General Assembly.
PM Imran Khan in his virtual address to the ongoing 75th session of the UNGA on Friday urged the UN Security Council to protect the Kashmiris from an impending genocide by India. He warned that there would be no durable peace and stability in South Asia until the Kashmir dispute was resolved on the basis of international legitimacy. He also called upon the global community to investigate the grave human rights violations being perpetrated with complete impunity in IIOJK by the Indian occupational forces.
The Chairman Kashmir Council Europe, Ali Raza Syed, in a statement in Brussels welcomed Imran Khan’s stance on the Kashmir dispute. He said that Pakistan should intensify its efforts to highlight the Indian atrocities in IIOJK. “Pakistan should send special diplomatic missions to foreign countries in order to build a wider pressure on India involved in crimes against humanity IIOJK. There is a need of a comprehensive move on Kashmir issue for convincing the international community to strongly ask India to stop abuses of human rights in the occupied territory. Specially, the cases of extrajudicial killings and other crimes against humanity in IIOJK should be raised at international courts,” Ali Raza Syed added. He also demanded of the major world powers to send their diplomatic representatives to IIOJK to take stock of severe human right situation in the territory.