Pakistan for independent probe on HR violations in Kashmir

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ISLAMABAD, Oct 7 (APP): Reiterating Pakistan’s commitment to meaningful dialogue with India for resolving outstanding issues including Kashmir dispute, Joint Sitting of the Parliament Friday called upon international community to play role for stopping bloodshed in Indian Occupied Kashmir and conduct independent investigation of human rights violations.
The joint sitting of the Parliament unanimously adopted a resolution legitimizing indigenous movement of Kashmiri people against Indian occupation and for their right to self-determination in accordance with the United Nations Security Council and international law.
The resolution moved to the joint sitting by Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz strongly condemned the brutal use of force by occupation forces in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, resulting in killing of more than 110 innocent people and severe injuries to more than 12000 with many in critical condition.
The resolution says the Joint Session of the Parliament recognizes the legitimacy of the indigenous struggle of Kashmiris people for the realization of their right to self determination in accordance with United Nation Security Council resolutions and international law.
It strongly condemns the brutal use of force by the Indian occupation forces in the Indian occupied Kashmir resulting killings of mover than 110 innocent people and severe injuries to more than 12,000 with many in critical condition.
The resolution condemns the use of pellet guns in deliberate target of protesting eyes as a result of which more than 700 people have sustained severe eye injuries and at least 150 will become permanently blind: Salutes the courage and perseverance of the valiant people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir for continuing their heroic struggle in the face of the worst Indian state terrorism.
The resolution expresses deep concern for the arrest and detention of Hurriyat leadership, human right activist, journalists and other political activists and urges the Indian government to release them immediately.
The Joint session resolution strongly deplored the continuation of draconian laws like Armed Forces Special Powers Act, which have created an environment of complete impunity for more than 700,000 Indian Occupation Forces in IOK.
It rejected Indian claim that the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir is its integral part and recalled that Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed territory and an internationally recognized dispute on the agenda of the UN Security Council.
The resolution urges the Indian government to immediately stop terrorizing the innocent people and fulfil its international human rights and international humanitarian obligations as well as commitments of the UNSC resolutions.
Condemns the recent unprovoked Indian aggression and repeated seize fire violations that pose a threat to regional peace and security.
It rejects Indian efforts to shift the focus from its brutal tactics, to suppress the indigenous uprising of the Kashmiris people for liberation from Indian occupation, to false claims of terrorism across the LoC.
Further rejects ludicrous Indian claims of carrying out ‘surgical strike’ across the LoC as blatantly false and brazen attempts at diverting international attention away from its atrocities in IOK.
Rejects the baseless Indian accusation against Pakistan of involvement in the Uri attack and notes with concern the timing of Uri attack which may be an effort to divert international attention for Indian brutalities in IOK.
It condemns India’s blatant interference in sponsorship of terrorism and subversive activities in Pakistan as substantiated by the capture and confession of serving Indian naval officer from RAW Kulbhushan Yadav.
This house strongly condemns the matter of Kulbhushan should be taken up the UN.
Regrets Indian designs to scuttle all diplomatic efforts for bilateral and multilateral dialogue including refusal to engage constructively in the SAARC forum.
Condemns the stated intent by India to use water as a weapon against the people not only of Pakistan but of the region in flagrant violation of its international treaty obligations.
Applauds the bravery and unwavering commitment of the Armed Forces of Pakistan for their befitting response to Indian regression.
The resolution of the joint session of the Parliament calls upon the international community to play due role in stopping the bloodshed in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir in carrying out an independent investigation of the human rights violation committed by india in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and to ensure the implementation of UNSC resolution on Jammu and Kashmir to enable them to exercise their inalienable right to self determination.
Reiterates that Pakistan is committed to a meaningful and result oriented dialogue with India to resolve all outstanding issues especially the core dispute of Jammu and Kashmir.