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Pakistan should fulfill its part of UN resolutions, say Kashmiri leaders


Pakistan should fulfill its part of UN resolutions, say Kashmiri leaders

Geneva, July16 (ANI): Exiled Kashmiri leaders have criticised Pakistan for not fulfilling its part of the UN resolutions on Kashmir and have said that Islamabad has no right to point fingers at India when it itself remains in violation of the resolutions so frequently. Jamil Maqsood, Secretary, Foreign Affairs of the United Kashmir People's National Party, who is currently based in Brussels, said, "Since the Pakistan Army continues to occupy large parts of Kashmir in defiance of the UN resolutions, it has no right to talk about the implementation of the UN resolutions whose first condition is the de-militarisation of areas held by the Pakistan Army." He added that Islamabad has no right to point fingers at India as "Pakistan itself is an illegal occupier and has no legal status on Kashmir as per the United Nations resolutions."Another leading exiled Kashmiri leader Sardar Shaukat Ali Kashmiri also laid emphasis on the withdrawal of troops from PoK.

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