Recent Kashmir flare-up threatened regional peace: Lodhi

Recent Kashmir flare-up threatened regional peace: Lodhi

New York: Pakistan’s envoy to the UN has said that the denial of the right to self-determination to the Kashmiris led to the recent flare-up which threatened regional peace and security.
“Denial of the right of self-determination to the people of Kashmir through an independent plebiscite, promised to them by various Security Council resolutions was at the heart of the current flare up, which threatened regional peace and security,” Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN Maleeha Lodhi said here.
Lodhi, addressing an event to mark ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’ at the Pakistan Mission to the United Nations, said Pakistan’s “moral, political and diplomatic support” to the Kashmiri people in their “struggle” for their right to self-determination will continue until Kashmir is “liberated”.
Lodhi said that on behalf of her government, she is actively pursuing the Kashmir issue at various fora of the United Nations, raising the issue during meetings with the UN leadership as well as the President of the Security Council, who had then briefed the Security Council on the issue at Pakistan’s request, a statement issued by the Pakistan mission here said yesterday.
The Pakistani envoy also spoke about her meeting with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein to press for the country’s demand to send a UN mission to investigate alleged “human rights violations” in Kashmir.
Agencies

One Response to "Recent Kashmir flare-up threatened regional peace: Lodhi"

  1. syed hameed shaheen alvi   February 19, 2017 at 1:13 pm

    Thanks Your Excellency, Dr Sahiba: Dispute over J&K is direct outcome of 1947-48 bloodied flare-up caused by Indian army invasion, admitted initially vicariously and later openly by the UN system; all should know it was India who took kashmir as dispute to UN SC who in return registered it as such on Jan 1st 1948. An option to seek out K-solution can be handed over to Kashmiris themselves; form a joint J&K Mediatory Council represented by AJK, Kashmir Valley, Jammu & Ladakh; theto both Pakistan and India Council should talk; the outcome be ratified by UN SC; let Kashmiris be a UN voice also. if it is done heaven won’t fall; S-Asia wud stay intact

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