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India doesn’t even qualify for UNSC membership, Pakistan tells UNGA as it debates reforms
Ambassador says India has waged 20 wars since Independence and is especially fomenting terrorism against Pakistan


APPNovember 17, 2020

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Ambassador Munir Akram. PHOTO: APP
UNITED NATIONS:
Pakistan told the UN General Assembly again on Monday that India does not even qualify for a seat on the 15-member United Nations Security Council (UNSC), citing New Delhi’s violations of its resolutions on Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
Ambassador Munir Akram reaffirmed Pakistan’s opposition to adding new permanent members in UNSC and reminded the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) that the South Asian country [India] had waged 20 wars since independence and fomented terrorism and instability across the region, especially against Pakistan.
Without naming India, which along with three other countries — Brazil, Germany and Japan (known as G-4) — had been campaigning for permanent membership, Ambassador Akram said that, “We have clear and ample evidence of this state-sponsored terrorism.”
“It [India] stands in violation of the UN Security Council resolutions calling for the final disposal of the disputed State of the Jammu and Kashmir through the exercise of self-determination by the people of the State in a free and fair plebiscite under UN auspices,” the Pakistani diplomat told the 193-member assembly which was debating the Security Council reform aimed at making it more representative, responsive, democratic and transparent — but the progress remains stalled.
He added that India had deployed 900,000 troops to crush the Kashmiri people’s legitimate freedom struggle and committing massive human rights violations. Ambassador Akram said that settlers from outside IIOJK were being brought in to transform the Muslim majority state into a Hindu majority territory.
“It [India] threatens aggression against Pakistan and resorts to daily artillery and small arms fire, targeting innocent civilians on our side of the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir,” the ambassador stated. “This country has no qualification for membership of the Security Council — permanent or even non-permanent,” he maintained.
Full-scale negotiations to reform the Security Council began in the General Assembly in February 2009 on five key areas — the categories of membership, the question of veto, regional representation, size of an enlarged Security Council, and working methods of the council and its relationship with the General Assembly.
Despite a general agreement on enlarging the council, as part of the UN reform process, member states remain sharply divided over the details.
The G-4 countries had shown no flexibility in their campaign to expand the UNSC by 10 seats, with six additional permanent and four non-permanent members.
On the other hand, the Italy and Pakistan-led Uniting for Consensus (UfC) group firmly opposed any additional permanent members, saying that such a move would not make the Security Council more effective and also undermine the fundamental principle of democracy that is based on periodic elections.
The Security Council was currently composed of five permanent members — Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States — and 10 non-permanent members.
Ambassador Akram further added that UfC’s proposal reflected the most suitable basis for an agreement on comprehensive reform. He added that it was fair and equitable which respected the principle of sovereign equality of states and does not discriminate between them.
“If it is approved, it will obtain the largest possible support in the General Assembly and the essential ratification of all the [five] permanent members of the Security Council,” he said.
The UfC proposal, he added, was also flexible and through variable arrangements, accommodates the aspirations and interests of the majority of the UN membership, including African and other regional groups such as the Arab Group and the OIC.
He pointed out that that UfC looks at Africa’s collective desire for representation differently; its absence was a historical injustice. Africa was seeking a larger number of non-permanent and two empowered permanent seats for the continent.
“The UfC is prepared to explore with the African Group how their regional approach could be adapted to enable all regions to be able to select their own candidates for membership in an expanded Security Council,” the Pakistani envoy added.
Ambassador Akram added that the reform of the Security Council must be part of a broader revival of the multilateral system as it was conceived under the [UN] charter.
“At the same time, the balance between the Council and the General Assembly, the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and other UN organs must be restored to reinvigorate the entire multilateral system,” he said.
 

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That is intellectual dishonesty.You quoted resolution 40 which is outdated. The newer resolution 80 which states the following :-


The resolution 80 marked a shift from the resolution 47 which called for Pakistan to withdraw first. Resolution 80 asked India and Pakistan to withdraw their troops simultaneously for the purpose of plebiscite. It also implicitly equated the Azad Kashmir Forces and the Jammu and Kashmir State Forces, which went against the assurances given by the earlier UN Commission. This attempt at the equality of Azad Kashmir and Jammu and Kashmir did not find India's agre

 
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Resolution 80 takes precedent but we all know india will never allow plebiscite .if india genuinely wants to achieve peace india can allow a plebiscite in india controlled area which is un supervised .and throw the ball into pakistans court
 

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READ the damn thing. It is talking about the tribal and non resident ordinary people who fought along side Pakistani army, mainly Pashtun tribes. This is further explained under the section of "India must do" where it specifically mentioned about the tribal withdrawal. This was important to ensure the demography of Kashmir is not changed before the plebiscite and that is already done. THERE IS NO REFERNECE OR NEED FOR PAKISTAN AS A STATE TO WITHDRAW AS A PRE-CONDITION OF INDIAN WITHDRAWL FROM KAHSMIR.
 

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This is the reality, Pakistan has done great job in exposing Indian terrorism in the region and beyond.



This needs to be taken at every forum in the world. World needs to know the autocracies Indian is committing not only in Kashmir but also how India is sponsoring terrorism in Pakistan through war torn banana republics like Afghanistan.
 

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This is the reality, Pakistan has done great job in exposing Indian terrorism in the region and beyond.



This needs to be taken at every forum in the world. World needs to know the autocracies Indian is committing not only in Kashmir but also how India is sponsoring terrorism in Pakistan through war torn banana republics like Afghanistan.

What idiots don't understand is that IK and Pak government is carrying out a carefully planned out exercise in countering India along with countries such as China


Imagine those useless lumps of shit Nawaz and zardari
 

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What idiots don't understand is that IK and Pak government is carrying out a carefully planned out exercise in countering India along with countries such as China


Imagine those useless lumps of shit Nawaz and zardari

Exactly , but you would still find people saying Pakistan is sitting idle and has given up on Kashmir. :rofl:
 

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India is a country that concieved nearly 1.4 billion people. Surely such effort and success at people making, even if most are Dalits or mixed Dalits deserves in my opinion UNSC membership.
 

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The silence with confidence always wins against the noise of insecurities..Indians enjoying the noise and insecurities ..We expected much more..
 

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pakistan should supply freedom fighters with ied training and start targeting indian convoys on a daily bases supply them with stingers to knock out their helicopters.make the indians bleed . General Musharraf biggest mistake was to allow the fencing of loc.loc fencing should be blown up by artillery make the loc porus again.pakistan responce to indian airforce aggression after pulwama should have been disproportionate it dont matter if iaf only hit trees .pakistan should have hit hard .
 

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