Pakistan urges UN to take decisive stop disastrous war between Pakistan
Pakistan urges UN  to take decisive stop disastrous war between Pakistan

Islamabad: Pakistan has expressed its apprehension of a 'disastrous war' with India, urging UN Security Council and United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to take 'decisive steps' to prevent it from happening. Pakistan Ambassador Munir Akram said during the Security Council debate, "Pakistan is urging the Security Council and the Secretary-General to take decisive steps to prevent any disastrous war between Pakistan and India".

He further said that 'United Nations should take the initiative to give the Kashmiri people the right to self-determination and gross violation of human rights in Jammu and Kashmir'. In the discussion on honoring the Unid Nations Charter on Thursday, Akram stressed the issue of Kashmir and laid such charges against India which is far from the truth. Akram said that 'curfew has been in Kashmir for 150 days. There is a situation of communication blackout.

He said that all Kashmiri leaders are in jail. Thousands of youth have been tortured. He said that the Pakistani delegation has assigned a dossier based on the reports of journalists and observers "which clarifies the rule of terror and terror in Kashmir". The Pakistani representative said that the signals they are getting from India, they are expressing their aggressive intentions towards Pakistan.

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