Seminar in Jakarta to mark Yaum-e-Istehsal

JAKARTA: As part of the series of events arranged by the Mission in commemoration of “Yaum-e-Istehsal”, the Embassy of Pakistan organized a Seminar, today. The event was attended by a large number of Indonesian scholars, university professors, university students and members of Muslim organizations, says a Press release.
Highlighting the historical as well as legal position on Jammu & Kashmir Dispute, Sajjad Haider Khan, Charge de Affaires of Pakistan reiterated that Jammu & Kashmir remains an Internationally recognized dispute and the longest dispute ever at the United Nations Security Council Agenda.
Sajjad Haider Khan, Charge de Affaires of Pakistan, briefed the participants on the evolving situation in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir since 5 Aug 2019. Expressing serious concerns over the gross Human Rights Violations, Sexual abuse, violence against women & children and the Indian attempts to bringing demographic changes in the region.
Khan pointed out towards the dangerous trends of Hindutva being followed by the BJP/RSS led government of India. He termed India’s repealing of articles 35A and 370 of its Constitution on 05 August 2019, revoking special status granted to the Jammu & Kashmir, as a violation of International law and UN Security Councils Resolutions.
Khan urged Indonesian brothers and sisters, international community and the Government of Indonesia to express solidarity with the innocent people of Jammu & Kashmir and extend their valuable support to peaceful resolution of the dispute in accordance with the relevant UNSC resolutions.

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