Srinagar: Posters have appeared in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir, which rejected India’s Hindutva-driven policies in the territory.
According to Kashmir Media Service, through the posters displayed by different Hurriyat organizations in several parts of the territory, the international community has been asked to take practical steps for resolution of the Kashmir dispute in accordance with relevant resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.
January 05, 1949 UN resolution embodies the principle of right to self-determination for the Kashmiris, some posters read stressing that Kashmiris right to plebiscite has even been accepted by Indian first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. “India is subjecting the IIOJK people to collective punishment for demanding the same UN-mandated plebiscite,” the posters lamented.
New Delhi is using nefarious tactics to suppress Kashmiris’ genuine demand for right to self-determination, posters read.
“Kashmiri people have never accepted Indian illegal occupation as Kashmir has never been part of India as Jammu and Kashmir is not an India’s internal matter; instead it is an international dispute on the United Nations agenda,” many posters with the message were seen in streets of Srinagar.
The posters criticized India for completely disregarding the Kashmiris’ right to decide their future as per UN resolutions. The Indian Supreme Court, influenced by RSS-BJP’s Hindutva ideology, bypassed all the principles of law and justice and announced the verdict on Article 370, which gave special status to occupied Kashmir, it was deplored.
The world community has been asked to put pressure on India to restore Kashmir’s special status and resolve the lingering dispute as per UN resolutions.
People have been asked to beware of evil designs of the BJP regime and its anti-Kashmir policies in the disputed territory.
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