OIC deplores Indian state-sponsored terrorism against innocent Kashmiris

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Saturday reaffirmed its support for Pakistan on the Kashmir cause as it slammed Indian state-sponsored terrorism in the region.

According to the Foreign Office, the resolution states that the Jammu and Kashmir dispute has been on the agenda of the UN Security Council for more than seven decades. The resolution rejects India’s actions of August 5, 2019 and calls it a direct violation of Security Council resolutions. ۔
The statement said that the Indian measures were aimed at changing the proportion of population in the occupied territories and depriving Kashmiris of other rights, including referendum.

The OIC has urged India to extend the role of the UN Military Observer Group to the Line of Control (LoC) and ensure that all disputes, including Jammu and Kashmir, Sir Creek and river water, are addressed under international law and past agreements. Decide accordingly

The resolution called on the international community, including the United Nations, to monitor the situation in Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir, and for the United Nations and the international community to play a role in resuming talks between Pakistan and India.

In addition, the Secretary-General should appoint a UN Special Envoy, the Special Representative should continuously monitor the human rights violations of innocent Kashmiris in occupied Kashmir and inform the Secretary-General.

The Secretary General of the OIC, the Human Rights Commission and the Contact Group on Jammu and Kashmir should discuss the matter with India and submit a repor


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