Rehman Malik writes letter to FM for moving UN against Modi over humanity crimes



Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator Rehman Malik on Saturday wrote a letter to the Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, urging him to move the United Nations against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his crimes against humanity in Indian Occupied Kashmir. In his letter he has suggested the foreign minister several important points to go with in the United Nations.
He has proposed that the United Nations may be requested to implement its own Resolutions of self-determination by announcing a specific date for holding the plebiscite in Kashmir and immediately deploy its Peacekeeping Mission in Indian Occupied Kashmir for sustaining peace and ensuring peaceful and free and fair plebiscite within the period announced by UNO.
He has suggested that the United Nations may be requested to direct UN Human Rights Commission to constitute a High Powered Commission to observe and investigate the sheer violations of human rights by Indian Forces in the Indian Occupied Kashmir and submit a consolidated report to expose the Indian aggression including the change of special status of Kashmir.
He has suggested that the United Nations may be urged to refer the matter of human rights violations and crimes against humanity in IoK to International Criminal Court (ICC) under Rome Convention.—INP

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