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Pakistan’s Victory: OIC Passes Resolution Against India’s Occupation of Kashmir and Attack in Feb

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The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has unanimously adopted a resolution that condemns both India’s illegal annexation of illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir and its moves to alter the demography of the Muslim-majority region.

Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, represented Pakistan at the 47th meeting of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers in Niamey, Niger, following which the Foreign Office (FO) released the details of the meeting, saying that the CFM has reaffirmed its support for the Kashmir cause.


“In a resolution adopted unanimously by the 47th session of the OIC in Niamey today, the CFM reaffirmed its strong support for the Kashmir cause,” the FO said.

The resolution rejected India’s ‘illegal and unilateral actions’ in the occupied valley since 5 August 2019, stating, “The [OIC] Resolution demands that India cancel the issuance of domicile certificates to non-Kashmiris as well as other unilateral and illegal actions, including ‘Jammu & Kashmir Reorganization Order 2020’, ‘Jammu & Kashmir Grant of Domicile Certificate Rules 2020’, ‘Jammu and Kashmir Language Bill 2020’ and amendments to the land ownership laws”.

Rejecting the policies of the ruling RSS-BJP regime, the 57-countries-strong Islamic organization asked India to withdraw the steps taken to change the existing demographic structure of the disputed territory.

“The OIC, in a comprehensive and strongly-worded resolution, rejected the illegal and unilateral actions taken by India in August last year to change the internationally recognized disputed status of the IIOJK, and demanded it to rescind its illegal steps,” the communique said.

The OIC demanded of the Modi-led Indian government to stop issuing domicile certificates to non-Kashmiris and also to restore Article 370.
In another major development, the OIC adopted a Pakistan-sponsored resolution calling on the UN Secretary-General to begin a global dialogue to counter rising Islamophobia and to promote interfaith harmony.


In a separate announcement, the FO revealed that the OIC has agreed to have the 48th annual session in Islamabad in 2021 to deliberate over the issue of Kashmir.

 

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Amd what good will that do? Let's suppose it was stated by the UN itself. Then what?
"Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India "

No shit Sherlock

Now what will you do about it? Probably still nothing as usual.
Finally someone talking sense:D
 

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Would u apologise now??? Or act as shameless Indians like ur countrymen?

@Rollno21
Apologize for what ,for asking a source.
What happened to you guys while saying Indian source are fake source and now they have become gods word for you guys ,who is shameless.
 

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OIC Council of Foreign Ministers unanimously ADOPTS Resolution in the 47th session of OIC CFMs today at Niamey in Niger where it reaffirmed its strong support for the Kashmir cause, "OIC recognises that Jammu and Kashmir is the core dispute between Pakistan and India". OIC Foreign Ministers decide to hold the 48th Council of Foreign Ministers Session in Islamabad in 2021, Pakistan has also become a member of the 6-member OIC Executive Committee for the next three years.


and not just that but there is another big news...


A detailed analysis/report will be shared further.
Resolutions adopted by UNSC/UN/UNHRC/OIC has zero effect. The ground reality is it depends on the individual countries against whom those resolutions are adopted to either follow it or not. Fortunately, India will only abide by them if it aligns with its National Interest. So far that's not been the case and India will only continue Ignoring such useless resolutions.
 

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Apologize for what ,for asking a source.
What happened to you guys while saying Indian source are fake source and now they have become gods word for you guys ,who is shameless.
The source is not Indian Media but Indian Ministry of External Affairs which is reported by ToI. When India Media claims something of its own; that in-fact warrants a proper evaluation & search given amount of fake news by media houses. A claim as compare to reporting an official statement; are different.
 

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India, Pakistan trade barbs over ‘OIC resolution’ on Kashmir

New Delhi rejects the OIC resolution, which slammed India’s actions in Kashmir, as Islamabad calls India’s reactions ‘untenable’.

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Last August India stripped the Himalayan region’s limited autonomy and brought it under the direct rule of New Delhi [File: Farooq Khan/EPA]

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Pakistan and India have traded barbs over a “unanimous resolution” passed by the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) that criticised New Delhi’s decision to strip Indian-administered Kashmir of its special status last August.

The OIC resolution, a copy of which Al Jazeera has obtained, rejected India’s Kashmir decision and demanded that “India rescind its illegal step”.

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[The OIC] rejects the illegal and unilateral actions by India on August 5, 2019, to change the internationally recognised disputed status of the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir, and demands that India rescind its illegal steps,” said the resolution passed during a session of the Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM) of the OIC held in Nigerien capital Niamey.

Last August India stripped the Himalayan region’s limited autonomy and brought it under the direct rule of New Delhi. Since then it has passed and amended a number of laws that Kashmiris fear are aimed at bringing demographic change in the Muslim-majority region.

Kashmir is claimed by both India and Pakistan but each governs only parts of the disputed territory, where anti-India sentiment runs deep.

The OIC countries remain committed to Kashmir cause

India has deployed more than half a million forces in Kashmir – home to 12 million people – making it one of the most militarised zones in the world. New Delhi says its troops are stationed to quell the armed rebellion, which erupted in 1989.

“The statement is indication of the fact that OIC, irrespective of what was claimed by some media channels, remains committed to its basic stance on Kashmir,” Sheikh Showkat, political commentator and professor of law at Central University Kashmir, said.

[https://www]New Delhi says its troops are stationed to quell the armed rebellion, which erupted in 1989 [File: Farooq Khan/EPA“Apart from two countries (Saudi Arabia and UAE) with which India has developed good relations, most of the OIC countries remain committed to Kashmir cause.”

India on Sunday rejected the resolution by the 57-member grouping of Muslim nations, saying “the OIC has no locus standi (rights) in matters strictly internal to India”.

“We strongly and categorically reject the factually incorrect, gratuitous and unwarranted references to India in resolutions” adopted by the OIC …,” India’s ministry of external affairs (MEA) said.

“We have always maintained that OIC has no locus standi in matters strictly internal to India including that of Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir which is an integral and inalienable part of India,” it said.

But Pakistan’s foreign office late on Monday rejected “the untenable statement by the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA)”, saying the OIC was the second-largest international organisation after the United Nations.

“Rather than dismissing the international community’s concerns as reflected in the OIC Resolution, India would be well-advised to pay heed and stop its state-terrorism in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK),” Pakistan’s foreign ministry said in a statement released late on Monday.

“The OIC Resolution is further proof that India can neither hide its gross and systemic violations of human rights of the Kashmiri people and the denial of their inalienable right to self-determination nor can it escape international censure of its egregious behaviour.”

The OIC resolution not made public

The OIC, however, has not made the resolution public either on its website or on its Twitter handle. But a source which shared the copy of the resolution said it would be released soon. Al Jazeera reached out to the OIC but did not receive its response by the time of publication of this article.

[https://www]New Delhi and Islamabad have accused each other of plotting attacks on their respective soils [File: Mohsin Raza/Reuters]The resolution, which also condemned India for use of live fire and pellet guns against civilians, attracted sharp reaction from New Delhi, which criticised Islamabad without naming its western neighbour.

“It is regrettable that OIC continues to allow itself to be used by a certain country, which has an abominable record on religious tolerance, radicalism and persecution of minorities, to indulge in anti-India propaganda,” the MEA said.

Former Indian diplomat Talmiz Ahmad said that “the OIC is a thoroughly discredited body and it has no standing whatsoever in the global community”.

“There has not been a single occasion in the last 30 years when the various meetings of the OIC have not issued such statements. This reflects the way the OIC functions and has nothing to do with the opinion of the Muslim community or of the countries that are participating in them,” Ahmad, who has served as India’s ambassador to the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Oman, said.

New Delhi and Islamabad have accused each other of plotting attacks on their respective soils. Last week, the two countries submitted dossiers to the UN alleging each other of plotting “terrorism”.
 

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There are two modes here displayed by Indians. When a news breaks against them, they discredit it and want credible (probably Indian) sources.. When the sources are provided, they say they don't care.

I mean, what's the purpose of asking for a source in the first place if you don't care? Why the hell Indian government is protesting against OIC resolution when it simply doesn't care?
 

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