United Nations, September 23 (KMS): Turkey told the UN General Assembly that the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan is a “burning issue” and called for resolving it through dialogue.

“The Kashmir conflict, which is also key to the stability and peace of South Asia, is still a burning issue,” Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said in a speech he made via video-link to the 193-member Assembly’s landmark 75th session. »

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Islamabad, Sept 23 (KMS): Sardar Masood Khan, President Azad Jammu and Kashmir, has said that it is unfortunate that the United Nations during its General Assembly session has not put Kashmir on its agenda.

Kashmir is burning and UN’s response has been immensely disappointing and despite holding three informal sessions at the Security Council, no declaration or presidential statement had been issued. This, he added, is a clear display of the UN’s dereliction from its core obligations of maintaining global peace, he said. »

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Prime Minister Imran Khan will address the UN session on September 23

United Nations, Sept 16 (KMS): India once again suffers a humiliating failure at the United nations as despite its best efforts, Kashmir has been included in the agenda of the annual session of the General Assembly (UNGA) as an unresolved dispute.

The 75th annual session of the UN General Assembly has begun. The session in New York will be virtual due to the coronavirus epidemic, in which leaders of the member states will participate online.

India lobbied and tried hard at the diplomatic level not to include the Kashmir in the agenda for this year’s session in order to cover up its actions on August 5 last year and atrocities on the Kashmiris. However, its all efforts failed and the Kashmir dispute was kept on the UNGA agenda. »

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Srinagar, September 15 (KMS): The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has expressed concern over the situation in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir saying that Government of India’s August 5 move followed by domicile laws are generating deep anxiety among the people across Jammu and Kashmir.

In her inaugural statement at the 45th session of the UN Human Rights Council on Monday, Michelle Bachelet said that in IIOJK, incidents of military and police violence against civilians including use of pellet guns continued.


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Islamabad, September 09 (KMS): In Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, political analysts, experts of international affairs and Kashmir watchers have said that the Kashmir dispute is expected to be necessarily discussed at the upcoming 75th session of the United Nations General Assembly commencing in New York on 15th of this month.

Talking to Kashmir Media Service over phone from Srinagar, the analysts and experts, wishing anonymity due to reprisal from the Indian apparatus in IIOJK said, since Kashmir is a long-standing issue on the UN agenda, the World Body is, therefore, morally and legally bound to come forward in a big way to settle it as per its resolutions and the aspirations of the Kashmiri people. »

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Bagh, August 27 (KMS): Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has said that Pakistan has categorically expressed its firm resolve to settle the Kashmir issue in line with UNSC resolutions and wishes of Kashmiris.

Talking to a delegation of Journalists in district Bagh, he said India has created a war like situation at Line of Control in a bid to hide its massive human rights violations and illegal actions in the illegally occupied Kashmir. »

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Muzaffarabad, August 26 (KMS): Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masood Khan has asked youth, men and women to make Kashmir liberation movement an international movement so as to sensitize the international community and UN Security Council.

He was addressing a Skill Development Conference at the Women University in Bagh. »

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Islamabad, August 23 (KMS): Syed Inayatullah Andrabi, a Kashmiri intellectual  presently based in London, has said that so-called Kashmiri mainstream political parties are left with only two options – either to serve the interests of the occupier power, India or stand with the Kashmiris’ honour, dignity and freedom.

Syed Inayatullah Andrabi, elaborating his point in his latest tweets, said that National Conference starting to reactivate its politics is a significant thing to happen post Aug 5, 2019. He said that with no political space left to move forward, the party has to make a lifetime choice, more serious than merely existential, between two options.

He pointed out that the one option is that the National Conference can re-invent itself learning from over 70 years of its interaction with India including the post August, 2019 experiences, and decide to stand with the honour, dignity and freedom of Kashmir. »

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Muzaffarabad, August 18 (KMS): The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) President Sardar Masood Khan has said as we complete one year of India’s audacious militaristic lebensraum and irredentism in Illegally Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K), the world multilateral fora’s, notably the United Nations’ response to ongoing settler-colonisation of the occupied territory remains guarded and cautious.

“The UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, have made some helpful statements but that is not enough,” he wrote in an article published by Hilal magazine of Pakistan Army. AJK President said that against the backdrop of the ghastly crimes being committed and the ongoing genocide entering the penultimate phase of extermination, an indigenous explosion within IIOJ&K, not “abetted” by Pakistan, cannot be ruled out. »

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Indian atrocities failed to erase Kashmiris’ love for Pakistan

Srinagar, July 18 (KMS): Kashmiris on both sides of the Line of Control and across the world will observe the Accession to Pakistan Day, tomorrow (19th July), with a renewed pledge to continue the struggle for freedom from Indian occupation and complete merger of Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan.

On 19th July in 1947, genuine representatives of the Kashmiris unanimously passed the resolution of Kashmir’s Accession to Pakistan during a meeting of the All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference at the residence of Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan in Aabi Guzar area of Srinagar. The historic resolution called for the Accession of the State of Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistan in view of its existing religious, geographical, cultural and economic proximity to Pakistan and aspirations of millions of Kashmiri Muslims. »

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