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Pakistan using covert activities to de-stabilize Kashmir: India at UNHRC

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Accusing of pursuing political objectives in Kashmir, told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that Islamabad's continued support to terrorist groups is part of its security and foreign policy to de-stabilize Kashmir.

Exercising its third right of reply (RoR) to a Pakistani statemen, said that "the foremost challenge to stability in Kashmir is the scourge of which receives sustenance from and the territories under control".

said "has been misusing the august platform to pursue its political objectives and keeps referring to UN Security Council Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. But it forgets its own obligation under these resolutions to first vacate the illegal occupation of Occupied Kashmir."

further blamed of not adhering to the obligations under the 1972 Simla Agreement ,the 2004 Joint Declaration foreswearing as well as the understanding between the two Prime Minister at Ufa in Russia.

"Contrary to claims, and in gross violation of UN Security Council resolution 1267, the designated terrorist entities and organisations continue to carry out their objectives freely," the statement added.

said that has been resorting to diversionary tactics as has already handed over concrete evidence to about their cross- border encouragement and support for the protests in Kashmir.

"has a robust institutional framework in place to ensure adherence of law and respect for fundamental rights of the people," the statement said.

asked to introspect and focus on improving human rights situation and dismantling the terror infrastructure in and occupied Kashmir as "Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is administered by a deep-state' and has become an epicentre of Pakistan's human rights record in Pakistan's Occupied Kashmir and Balochistan is deplorable.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Pakistan using covert activities to de-stabilize Kashmir: India at UNHRC

Accusing Pakistan of pursuing political objectives in Kashmir, India told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that Islamabad's continued support to terrorist groups is part of its security and foreign policy to de-stabilize Kashmir.Exercising its third right of reply (RoR) to a Pakistani statemen, India said that "the foremost challenge to stability in Kashmir is the scourge of terrorism which receives sustenance from Pakistan and the territories under Pakistan control".India said "Pakistan has been misusing the august platform to pursue its political objectives and keeps referring to UN Security Council Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. But it forgets its own obligation under these resolutions to first vacate the illegal occupation of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir."India further blamed Pakistan of not adhering to the obligations under the 1972 Simla Agreement ,the 2004 Joint Declaration foreswearing terrorism as well as the understanding between the two Prime Minister at Ufa in ...

Accusing of pursuing political objectives in Kashmir, told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that Islamabad's continued support to terrorist groups is part of its security and foreign policy to de-stabilize Kashmir.

Exercising its third right of reply (RoR) to a Pakistani statemen, said that "the foremost challenge to stability in Kashmir is the scourge of which receives sustenance from and the territories under control".

said "has been misusing the august platform to pursue its political objectives and keeps referring to UN Security Council Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. But it forgets its own obligation under these resolutions to first vacate the illegal occupation of Occupied Kashmir."

further blamed of not adhering to the obligations under the 1972 Simla Agreement ,the 2004 Joint Declaration foreswearing as well as the understanding between the two Prime Minister at Ufa in Russia.

"Contrary to claims, and in gross violation of UN Security Council resolution 1267, the designated terrorist entities and organisations continue to carry out their objectives freely," the statement added.

said that has been resorting to diversionary tactics as has already handed over concrete evidence to about their cross- border encouragement and support for the protests in Kashmir.

"has a robust institutional framework in place to ensure adherence of law and respect for fundamental rights of the people," the statement said.

asked to introspect and focus on improving human rights situation and dismantling the terror infrastructure in and occupied Kashmir as "Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is administered by a deep-state' and has become an epicentre of Pakistan's human rights record in Pakistan's Occupied Kashmir and Balochistan is deplorable.

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Pakistan using covert activities to de-stabilize Kashmir: India at UNHRC

Accusing of pursuing political objectives in Kashmir, told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that Islamabad's continued support to terrorist groups is part of its security and foreign policy to de-stabilize Kashmir.

Exercising its third right of reply (RoR) to a Pakistani statemen, said that "the foremost challenge to stability in Kashmir is the scourge of which receives sustenance from and the territories under control".

said "has been misusing the august platform to pursue its political objectives and keeps referring to UN Security Council Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir. But it forgets its own obligation under these resolutions to first vacate the illegal occupation of Occupied Kashmir."

further blamed of not adhering to the obligations under the 1972 Simla Agreement ,the 2004 Joint Declaration foreswearing as well as the understanding between the two Prime Minister at Ufa in Russia.

"Contrary to claims, and in gross violation of UN Security Council resolution 1267, the designated terrorist entities and organisations continue to carry out their objectives freely," the statement added.

said that has been resorting to diversionary tactics as has already handed over concrete evidence to about their cross- border encouragement and support for the protests in Kashmir.

"has a robust institutional framework in place to ensure adherence of law and respect for fundamental rights of the people," the statement said.

asked to introspect and focus on improving human rights situation and dismantling the terror infrastructure in and occupied Kashmir as "Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is administered by a deep-state' and has become an epicentre of Pakistan's human rights record in Pakistan's Occupied Kashmir and Balochistan is deplorable.

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