Hameed Shaheen Alvi Rawalpindi
Sardar Attique Ahmed Khan ex-Prime Minister of AJK, now Supreme Head of political platform Muslim Conference has urged upon government of Pakistan for urgent activation of UN Security Council to prevent Indian government from ongoing registration of 6-7 millions Indian nationals as Kashmiri voters in J&K state. “No one can keep silence over this horrendous demographic crime Indian occupying machinery is committing in occupied Jammu, Poonch and Kashmir valley right these days”, he warned.
Via a statement Friday noon exclusive to Pakistan Observer here he pleaded UN Secretary General Mr Antonio Gutteres to call an immediate intervening meeting of the Security Council to pass a prevention resolution. Sardar Attique reminded that no unilateral action can be taken under relevant UN charter by any occupying country in any UN-listed disputed region like Jammu and Kashmir state. Indian government’s disregard to UN laws and rulings constitutes institutional rebellion against UN peace body, he asserted in his urgent statement here this afternoon.
He was flanked by senior cadre of his premier Kashmir political organization which pushes power of peace to actualize settlement of Kashmir dispute. He proposed that Kashmiri representatives should be allowed to proffer their arguments in the UN Security Council as directly affected party. UNSC had directly heard the Indonesian representative in critical days of Indonesian freedom struggle, he reminded the UN Secretary-General and UN community of nations.
He remarked that Indian gangsterism in Kashmir is worsening the regional relations and harmony. He hailed the recently pronounced Kashmir stance of Germany pointing out that German people themselves suffered tragic division of their state and their call for UN settlement of Kashmir dispute is fair assertion of truth and rationality.
He appealed to the world capitals to help release thousands of Kashmiri youth, children and senior leaders languishing in Indian captivity for past several years. Elsewhere the world community talks of human rights but their stress works little in India-occupied parts of Jammu and Kashmir, he added.