Pakistan to take Kashmir dispute with India to International Court of Justice

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Kashmir dispute to be taken to international court of justice

The government reported on Tuesday it would take the Kashmir dispute with India to the International Court of Justice, after New Delhi denied special status for occupied Kashmir earlier this month, to the wrath of Islamabad.

“We have chosen to take Kashmir case to the International Court of Justice,” Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi disclosed to ARY News TV.

“The decision was taken after considering all legal aspects.”

Independently, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan affirmed to journalists following a bureau meeting that an on a fundamental level endorsement had been conceded by the bureau to take the issue to the world court.

She said that the case will be presented with the violation of human rights and annihilation in involved Kashmir.

A board of legal advisors of global notoriety would be locked in to seek after the case in the interest of Pakistan at the United Nations’ top court, Awan included.

A choice by the court would be a warning as it were. In any case, if the two nations concurred before-hand, the decision would wind up authoritative.

On August 5, the legislature of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi stripped Kashmiris of the uncommon self-rule they had for seven decades through a hurried presidential request. An uncertain time limitation was forced in involved Kashmir and chose pioneers were put under house capture.

By revoking Article 370 of the constitution, individuals from the remainder of India will presently reserve the option to get property in Kashmir and settle there for all time. Kashmiris just as commentators of India’s Hindu patriot drove the government to consider them to be as an endeavor to weaken the socioeconomics of Muslim-lion’s share Kashmir with Hindu pioneers.

Moreover, Indian Home Minister Amit Shah, who is likewise leader of the BJP, moved a bill — gone by the Indian parliament — to bifurcate the state into two association regions to be legitimately managed by New Delhi.

Pakistan furiously hammered the choice, ousting India’s minister, suspending reciprocal exchange, and taking the issue to the United Nations Security Council.

The nation watched a ‘Black Day’ on Thursday to agree with India’s autonomy day festivities, in solidarity with the individuals of involved Kashmir.

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PM Imran Khan, in the interim, has promised to assume up the liability of raising the voice of the Kashmiri individuals at each gathering of the world. “I will be the diplomat of your motivation over the globe,” he said a week ago.

The chief additionally scrutinized the universal network’s quiet on involved Kashmir and cautioned that should ethnic purifying of Muslims happen in the area, there would be “severe repercussions” in the Muslim world.

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