Pak’s foreign minister writes sixth letter to UN urging to reject ‘illegal’ bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan continuing its initiatives to internationalise the issue of Kashmir as its foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi got published a letter towards the UN Secretary-Common and the Chief executive in the Safety Authorities requesting the worldwide entire body to reject Indian government’s August 5 selection to bifurcate the condition of Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories — Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh, Pakistan’s international office mentioned on Monday.
Inside a declaration by Pakistan’s international workplace, Shah Mehmood Qureshi experienced penned along the sixth letter towards the Chief executive in the Security Authorities and the Secretary-Basic Antonio Guterres on October 31 — the morning both new Union Territories came into result — as being an make an effort to highlight the matter within the global community.
Within the notice, Qureshi had tackled Pakistan’s denial of the bifurcation of the condition into two Union Territories and asserted that this UN should improve the role of UN Military Observer Team in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP).
Nevertheless, India stands firm on its stay that the UNMOGIP, that was recognized in January 1949, has outlived its energy and is also irrelevant right after the Simla Contract as well as the consequent organization of the Type of Manage (LoC).
The note by Qureshi has become circulated one of the members of the UN as being an established file in the security local authority or council after Pakistan asked for it, the foreign office stated.
He also published within the note the latest written problem is at continuation of his previous letter composed on August 1, September, 6, 26 and 13 16. In the previous characters, Qureshi mentioned concerning the latest improvements in the condition of Kashmir, such as the bifurcation in the state and ongoing escalation at risk of Management (LoC), Pak’s international workplace mentioned.
Jammu and Kashmir was bifurcated on October 31 into two union territories — Jammu and KashmirKashmir and Ladakh – after the main authorities on August 5 announced the revoking of Article 370 from Kashmir, stripping off its unique position and bifurcate the state into two Union Territories.