Imran writes to UN Secretary General on IHK situation


Islamabad—Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan on Saturday expressed serious concern over the state of total disarray in the government’s foreign and security policy, which is leading to increasing Indian bellicosity and aggression especially along the Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary.
He said his concern about the state of affairs in this context had compelled him to write a letter to the UN Secretary General demanding action against Indian aggression against Pakistan and against the Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir. He demanded of the UN Secretary General to call on India to immediately stop its military attacks along the Line of Control and Working Boundary. He urged the UN Secretary General to demand India immediate allowance of UNMOGIP Observers on the Indian side of the LoC.
Khan required that India should allow the UN Human Rights Observers into Indian Occupied Kashmir. The PTI chairman insisted to call an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council under Chapter VII to act against the increasing threat to regional peace and security presented by India’s military aggression against Pakistan.
Khan regretted that since coming to power, PM Nawaz Sharif had pushed a personalized agenda towards the Modi government ignoring the latter’s aggressive tone and tenor towards Pakistan since the inauguration of Modi as Prime Minister.
He pointed out that beginning with PM Nawaz Sharif’s visit to New Delhi for Modi’s inauguration right up to the present, PM Sharif has chosen to ignore the increasing military aggression and politico-diplomatic bellicosity from India towards Pakistan.—NNI

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