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Pakistan rejects India’s land ownership laws in occupied Kashmir

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Wednesday categorically rejected the Indian government’s illegal amendments in land ownership laws in Occupied Jammu and Kashmir promulgated under “J-K Re-organisation (Adaptation of Central Laws) Third Order, 2020”, ARY NEWS reported quoting Foreign Office.

According to a statement issued from Foreign Office, the spokesman said that the highly condemnable Indian action is yet another clear violation of the UN Security Council resolutions, bilateral agreements between Pakistan and India, and international law.

The occupied Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute under the relevant UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolutions and international law, it said adding that India’s illegal and unilateral actions of 5 August 2019, and subsequent measures, particularly the domicile law and now the land ownership laws, are aimed at changing the demographic structure of IIOJK to convert the Kashmiris into a minority in their own land.

The foreign office spokesman said that changing the demographic structure of the occupied territory is a violation of the 4th Geneva Convention and constitutes a war crime.

“All these measures and laws, lacking legal and moral legitimacy, are forced upon the oppressed people of IIOJK through the barrel of the gun with an unprecedented military siege in the most militarized zone in the world.”

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The foreign office reiterated that such steps can neither change the disputed nature of the occupied territory nor can they prejudice the inalienable right to self-determination of the Kashmiri people.

The United Nations and the international community must take immediate action to stop India from changing the demography and distinct identity of IIOJK and facilitate the resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute as per the relevant UNSC Resolutions and the wishes of the Kashmiri people.

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