Kashmir a matter for India, Pakistan to sort out: Theresa May
Oct 28 2016 by Desiree Burns
"Pakistan talks about Srinagar and Delhi, but look what they have done here".
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He said Pakistan's "quest for peace must not be misconstrued as a sign of weakness".
"The only peaceful, plausible, logical, and conceivable solution to the Kashmir dispute, which is also consistent with the global law and norms, is the implementation of the UN Security Council resolutions on Kashmir", he said.
In 2013 I tried to assist the Kashmiris in finding Kashmir solution on the basis that India should use its military in retrieving India's territory of PoK and not for training guns at the civilians of J&K and that too under oppressive AFSP, SPA etc. Such heavy firing has been taking place from Pakistan's side. "It is only a vivid illustration of a consistent pattern of state oppression, massacres, genocide, and atrocities being continued by the Indian occupation forces in IoK for the last 68 years", PM Nawaz said.
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The cross firing is still continuing in these sectors. "A black day across AJK and Indian-occupied Kashmir shows that locals will never compromise on their basic rights". The messages of Azad Jammu Kashmir's President Masood Khan, APHC leaders Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Syed Ali Shah Geelani were read on the occasion.
He said the brutality of Indian forces had intensified after the extra-judicial killing of Kashmir freedom leader Burhan Wani, on 8 July 2016.
Since more than 85 percent of the population of Kashmir at that time were Muslims; the major rivers in the state flowed into Pakistan; the state shared a border of over 750 kilometers with Pakistan; the only road connecting Kashmir with the outside world throughout the year passed from Srinagar to Rawalpindi; and the majority of the people of the state had cultural and historical ties with the people of Pakistan, it was a natural assumption that the area would accede to Pakistan.
Massive demonstrations were held across Pakistan-occupied Kashmir on October 22 to mark "Black Day". He mentioned that Indian security forces had been given virtual immunity to commit human rights violations in Kashmir under Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) and Public Safety Act (PSA).
The seminar titled "Humanitarian Crisis in Indian Occupied Kashmir and International Response" was organized by Kashmir Institute of International Relations. He said, "At this moment in our historic struggle for self-determination, the Kashmiri people with poise, confidence and unity are taking their inalienable struggle in a new direction of non-violence and peaceful agitation", a struggle which he described as one "receiving massive worldwide support". Similarly, he added that Indian authorities at the highest level have recently issued statements with regard to interference in Balochistan that show the Indian designs for creating instability in the province.
She said global community should stand with Kashmiri civilians including youth, women and children, who were being brutally tortured by Indian security forces.