Senate unanimously condemns Indian violence in held Kashmir
ISLAMABAD: After National Assembly, the Senate of Pakistan on Tuesday unanimously passed a resolution strongly condemning the recent barbarism by the Indian security forces in Occupied Kashmir that claimed lives of a number of innocent Kashmiris in Pulwama.
The resolution moved by Pakistan People’s Party’s Sherry Rehman stated that no journalist, foreign tourists and Humanitarian organizations are being allowed to enter the occupied valley.
Expressing her views in senate on the resolution, Minister for Human Rights Dr Shireen Mazari said the government was working on a concrete blueprint for the resolution of Kashmir issue.
Ms Mazari said UN General Assembly has unanimously adopted a resolution moved by Pakistan reaffirming the inviolability of right to self-determination for all people without exception including the people of Jammu and Kashmir and Palestine.
“The governments in past showed negligence over the matter of Kashmir resolution,” the minister maintained.
PPP’s Sherry Rehman said that no one expect Pakistan is raising voice for Kashmiris in the United Nations.
She urged international community to take notice of the rights violations in the Indian held Kashmir.
Yesterday, National Assembly unanimously adopted resolution against ongoing Indian atrocities in held Kashmir.
The resolution was moved by Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan in the house, which met with Speaker NA, Asad Qaiser in the chair.
The house had unanimously passed the resolution, condemning the Indian brutalities in Kashmir, that martyred 14 Kashmiris recently.