MUZAFFARABAD: The Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), an organization that promotes the integration and full independence of the Indian-Jammu-Kashmir-divided country, called on Islamabad on Saturday to “seriously consider” its policy in the Himalayan region. after India’s independent actions on August 5, 2019.
“Pakistan should formally withdraw the 1972 Simla Treaty with India in order to free itself and Kashmiris from the emptiness of bilateral relations and submit the Kashmir issue to the UNSC,” said JKLF in an open letter to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, a copy of which was also emailed. It was morning.
Pakistan’s failure to join the UN has led India to continue attacking the Kashmiris, the organization said in a letter containing more than 2,200 XNUMX words signed by acting chairman Raja Muhammed Haq Nawaz Khan.
The JKLF said the “lack of meaningful political and diplomatic measures on the part of Pakistan” to fight India’s illegal action on August 5, 2019, has since strengthened “fears within the Kashmiris over Pakistan’s Kashmir policy, and its policy on and nationality. Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) and Gilgit-Baltistan (GB). “
In an open letter to PM, JKLF complains of ‘lack of meaningful action’ from Islamabad
“For almost 75 years, the people of Kashmiris have been waiting for the sincere support of Pakistan in their right to decide freely about the state of their internationally rival country. There is a sad realization, especially since August 2019, that within the UN Charter and relevant UNSC decisions have changed.
In its letter, the JKLF mile that the Indian movement was the most important departure from the historical context of the issue, which required a “strong political and diplomatic response” from Pakistan. But Islamabad’s response cannot be considered valid, let alone a strong one.
“It simply came to our notice then [India’s] “Violence against Kashmir at the UNSC, the Indian government has been strong, without violating UN resolutions 38, 91, and 122 on the inclusion of Kashmir,” he added.
Published Parhlo, May 8, 2022