OSLO: The President AJK Masood Khan has appealed to the international community not to leave the Kashmiri people stranded in Indian barbarity in Kashmir.
President AJK visits to Oslo
Their only fault is that they are demanding their right to live in dignity. But India which had first occupied their territory. It has now turned it into its colony and has trifurcated the territory thereby depriving the Kashmiri people of their identity, President added.
He expressed these views while addressing a joint press conference with former Norwegian Prime Minister. The chief of Oslo Center for Peace and Human Rights Kjell Magnne Bondevik also present here on Sunday.
Masood Khan said that India, under the label of constitutional amendments, had done away with even semi-autonomous status of occupied Kashmir declaring it a part of the Indian Union through military general.
“India has taken this aggressive action and has deprived the people of occupied Kashmir of all their rights,” he added.
On the other hand, Masood Khan maintained, India had been constantly targeting the civilian people of Azad Kashmir. It is using cluster bombs killing even women and children.
“India has not only created a grave crisis in the region. But it is also threatening to impose a war on Pakistan. Though any minor clash between the two nuclear powers may cause the worst human disaster in the region,” he warned.
President Masood is paying tributes to the former Norwegian prime minister for his political and diplomatic efforts for the peaceful settlement of Kashmir conflict.
He said that Bondevik had been frequently visiting Pakistan, Azad Kashmir and occupied Kashmir to find some viable solution to the issue.
“We hope that his active role to resolve the ongoing crisis in Kashmir will bear fruits,” he added.
Indian complicated the situation
Speaking on the occasion, Kjell Bondevik said that the Indian Govt has taken recent steps related Kashmir. This step has further complicated the situation and it has become inevitable to normalize it.
“It would be my best endeavor that Kashmir remains on the top of international agenda. So that a peaceful political and diplomatic solution could be found to the issue,” he vowed.
He said that the latest happenings in occupied Kashmir have necessitated the UN Security Council to hold its emergency session.
UN will discuss the Kashmir conflict because serious dangers are looming over peace and security of the region.