HRs violations in IOK severe threat to int’l peace, security


Abdul Khaliq Qureshi


A delegation of Modernage College Abbottabad, comprising of students and teachers, presented a memorandum of condemnation to UN Officials in Islamabad regarding human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir.
The delegation, headed by the renowned educationist and Director General of EQUIP-Pakistan, Abdul Wahid Mir, demanded of the United Nations to resolve the issue according to the right of self-determination of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
He also emphasized the need that UN must play an effective role in preventing atrocities of the occupied forces in the disputed region. While handing over the resolution to the UN representatives Joseph and Mariam Iqbal at UN House Islamabad, Abdul Wahid Mir was of the view that the prevailing human rights violations in Occupied Kashmir (especially after revocation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir by the Indian Government) were a severe threat to international peace

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