Kashmir not an internal matter or part of India: UN delegate

Aamar Aftab Qureshi says political realities could not be changed by false claims over occupied territories

News Desk March 12, 2016

Kashmir is neither an internal matter nor an integral part of India but an internationally recognised dispute by the UN Security Council, Pakistan’s Deputy Permanent Representative to United Nations Aamar Aftab Qureshi said on Saturday.

Aftab made the statement while responding to comments made by an Indian delegate during the ongoing 31st Session of the Human Rights Council in Geneva, Radio Pakistan reported.

The Pakistani delegate went on to say that history, legal and political realities could not be changed by fabrication, lies and false claims over occupied territories.

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Furthermore, Permanent Representative at International Muslim Women Union Shamim Shawl also raised concern over abuse of women in Kashmir.

All women ageing between 10 and 65 years have been affected by execution and custodial disappearance of male members of their families, she said addressing the UN session.


Vectra | 5 years ago | Reply @SHAH: Article 370 is India's own creation and it be dismantled by India if so wishes.
Australian representative to UN | 5 years ago | Reply Australian representative to UN declared: Baluchistan is neither an integral part of Pakistan and is internationally recognised dispute due to extreme human rights violations. Also Pakistan Occupied Kashmir is part of India and Pakistan and Chinese should be taken to international court of justice for running cpec through it. Well how does the above medicine
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