Pakistan urges UN to send fact finding mission to held Kashmir
National Security Committee meeting chaired by Prime Minister demanded ban on the use of pellet guns by the Indian troops in the held valley.
The decision to this effect was taken at a meeting of the National Security Committee chaired by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in Islamabad on Friday.
The meeting demanded ban on the use of pellet guns by the Indian troops in the held valley for dispersing people exercising their right to protest.
It unanimously called upon the international community to condemn the blatant human rights violations and play its role in ensuring the realization of human rights of the Kashmiri people through fulfilling its commitments towards the people of Jammu and Kashmir under the UNSC resolutions.
The meeting unanimously expressed grave concern over the deteriorating situation in the Indian Occupied Kashmir in the wake of Martyrdom of indigenous Kashmiri freedom fighter Mr. Burhanuddin Muzaffar Wani.
While reiterating his condemnation over the continuous Indian oppression the Prime Minister said that this brutal use of force is a blatant violation of fundamental rights of the Kashmiri people which no civilized society permits.
He said the only plausible solution of the Kashmir issue would be the early implementation of UNSC resolution i.e. a fair and impartial plebiscite under the UN auspices.
The meeting reaffirmed its resolve against elimination of terrorism and extremism from the motherland. The meeting appreciated the role of military and civil intelligence agencies against the nefarious designs of the international agencies and hostile countries.
The meeting decided that effective border management system between Pakistan and Afghanistan should be introduced and enforced as it is in the interest of both the countries.