PM urges world and UN to take action on Indian war crimes in IIOJ&K

The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan has urged the international community especially the United Nation (UN) to take action on Indian war crimes against humanity in India Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K).

According to details, the Prime Minister has expressed his views in a statement on social networking website Twitter on the occasion of Right to Self Determination Day on Wednesday.

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PM Imran Khan has said that the Hindutva Modi government is brazenly violating United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolutions, international humanitarian laws and international conventions including 4th Geneva convention, and committing war crimes by seeking to alter status and demography of IIOJ&K. He said the UNSC commitment of a UN supervised plebiscite in Kashmir remains unfulfilled.

The Prime Minister further stated that Kashmiris continue to reject and resist Indian occupation and oppression. He reaffirmed the steadfast commitment of Pakistan to the just Kashmiri struggle for self-determination.

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