United Nations: Pakistan has brought up the Kashmir issue in the UN Security Council, accusing it of “selective implementation” of its resolutions.
“Nothing undermines the credibility of the Council more than selective implementation of its resolutions,” Pakistan’s Permanent Representative Maleeha Lodhi said on Tuesday during a session on its working methods.
“The Council should therefore periodically review implementation of its resolutions, especially on longstanding issues like the Jammu and Kashmir dispute,” she added. “Failure to enforce its own resolutions undercuts not just the Council’s standing in the world, but the UN as well.”
Her reference was to a 1948 Council resolution that called for a plebiscite to determine the future of Kashmir. (Agencies)