Senate body on Interior passes resolution against India’s illegal move on IoK

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Staff Reporter

The Senate Standing Committee on interior on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution condemning illegal move of India altering the disputed status of India occupied Kashmir (IoK).
In his opening remarks, Chairman Senate Body on Interior Senator A. Rehman Malik said PM Narendra Modi’s actions against the innocent and armless people in occupied Kashmir were tantamount to “war crimes’’ therefore he urged the government of Pakistan to go in International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Modi for crimes against humanity.
He said that Indian Forces under Prime Minister Modi had already crossed all limits of humanity by violating the human rights in IoK.
Rehman Malik said that by annulling the disputed status of Indian Occupied Kashmir, PM Narendra Modi has violated the UNSC resolutions and international laws of which his country is a member. He said that the deployment of extra forces and the use of cluster ammunition to target the civilian population was violation of the Geneva Convention and international human rights laws.
He said ‘’By all such moves, Narendra Modi wants to change the demography of IoK and convert the Muslim majority into minority’’. He said that Modi is a butcher of Gujrat, a terrorist, a financer and protector of fugitive who was among the top ten on terrorists list.
Senator Rehman Malik presented the resolution which was unanimously passed by the committee.

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