Islamabad: The Federal Commission issued a statement to the UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, in Kashmir on Friday, and has decided to represent opposition groups in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan and, most recently, the Prime Minister’s committee. For a solution to the evacuation of Indian settlers in Kashmir.
“The Federal Commission favors the role of the Secretary-General of the United Nations for the benefit of us and the people of Kashmiri,” said Special Adviser Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, journalists at a press conference.
He also said that the Prime Minister had approved all the decisions made by the Second Parliamentary Assembly and the National Security Council (NSC), and that the Committee had also expressed full confidence in the Prime Minister over Kashmir.
In their remarks, the Secretary-General of the UN has called on all parties not to take action that could affect the status of Jammu and Kashmir. He also expressed concern over reports that the Indian ban is being regulated by India
After India tried to unilaterally change the way Kashmir had, Prime Minister Imran Khan formed a seven-person committee consisting of the Inter-Service Intelligence Agency (ISI), the Armed Forces (MI) and a public relations operation. Its members.
The task of the committee is to monitor and evaluate the responses of the Kashmir Indian authorities.
The Prime Minister decided at a meeting on Friday to oust other representatives, Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sadal Masood Khan, AJK Prime Minister Raja Faruk Haider and Gilgit-Baltistan Governor Raja Jalal Housai Because Mark Peng had come to expand the committee.
Dr. Awan said that PM Khan had also taken into consideration the structure of the Government of India through the media. He added that the Cabinet decided to host their Kashmiri relatives on the occasion of Independence Day on August 14.
PM called King Bahrain
At the same time, Prime Minister Imran Khan called on the King of Bahrain, Sheikh Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa, and told him that Kashmir and India had violated the UN Security Council (UNSC). A state of certainty.
Mr Khan said Pakistan had refused to leave the government of India because it violated the UN Security Council’s recommendations. He added that India-controlled Kashmir is an internationally recognized sector, and the Government of India has no way to change the security policies that have been kept under the UN Security Council. He also urged the international community to take the initiative to prevent India from engaging in unilateral actions such as stability and stability in the region.
King Bahrain also said his government was closely monitoring the situation in Kashmir and said he hoped all the problems would be resolved through negotiations.
Earlier in the cabinet meeting, it was decided that with the help of all its stakeholders, the Border Work Organization (FWO) has given Rs 55,5 million to clean up Karachi.
The Minister also considered restraints on the restrictions imposed by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) on the use of tall buildings near Karachi, Lahore, Multan and Peshawar airports. “The Prime Minister has urged the government to provide recommendations for the construction of the next meeting,” Mr Awan said.