In an all-party meeting on Kashmir Issue, Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi took a tough stance and said that India will not compromise on national sovereignty. The Prime Minister said that the time has come that Indian foreign ministry must highlight the atrocities of Pakistan in Pak occupied Kashmir and Baluchistan. He further said that Pakistan cannot cry foul on Indian Kashmir when they carry out the rampant killing of innocent civilians in Pak occupied Kashmir and Baluchistan.
The Indian Prime minister said that Kashmir comprises of four parts which include Indian Kashmir, Jammu, Laddakh and Pak-occupied Kashmir. In his speech, Modi also asked the foreign affairs ministry to establish contacts with Pakistan occupied Kashmiri Diaspora living abroad to appraise them about the atrocities being carried out by Pakistan.
Indian external affairs minister, Sushma Swaraj said her ministry has received a letter from United Nations Human Right Council which seeks permission from Indian authorities to carry on the investigation in Kashmir over the allegations of Human Right violations. However, members present from all parties rejected the proposal. As per the foreign affair minister, the UNHRC proposal came on the complaint of Pakistan over Kashmir issue.
Indian leaders unanimously supported PM’s proposal to expose Pakistan’s double standards on human rights. Recently, Pakistan called India to initiate talks on Kashmir involving the separatists but Indian Prime Minister said that Pakistan’s record on human right violations in their own country does not make them eligible to take part in the debate over Kashmir. The All party meet on Friday also discussed the proposal of discarding pellet guns and relaxation of AFSPA from some part of Kashmir.
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