Saleem highlights Kashmir issue at Euroasia conference

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Observer Report

Nur Sultan

Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwalla rejected attempt to stop submission of resolution against violation of human rights by India in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir during the Euroasian Conference at Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan. While Senator Saleem Mandviwalla was delivering his speech and raising the issue of Indian atrocities in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir the Indian delegation got agitated and tried to interrupt him.
Senator Saleem Mandviwalla continued his speech and requested not to be interrupted and be accorded the same respect that he had given the Indian delegation and went on to convey the true facts of the violations of human rights by India in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir. Deputy Chairman Senate, Senator Saleem Mandviwalla then went on to present a resolution against Indian atrocities in the Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir in the Eurasian Conference at Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan.
Resolution states “We, the leaders and the representatives of the Parliaments, gathered in Nur-Sultan, at the 4th Meeting of Speakers of Eurasian Countries’ Parliaments consider oppression and violence against people as unacceptable actions that undermine human rights, freedom, and democracy, which is also against the charter of the United Nations (UN); Senator Saleem Mandviwalla said that “We recognise the oppression and state-led violence in Jammu & Kashmir, Palestine, Myanmar; and other acts of oppression and genocide around the world, as anti-democratic actions that suppress the will and basic rights of the indigenous people;”.
The Resolution also states that “We urge the international community in general, and the Eurasian leadership in particular, to openly call upon states/governments concerned to stop committing any inhumane crimes of killing, kidnapping, rape and torture of ethnic communities.

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