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Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Gilgit Baltistan an integral part of India

In UNHRC session, activist H. Sering called Gilgit Baltistan an integral part of India

 



In the UNHRC session, activist H. Sering called Gilgit Baltistan an integral part of India and said that members of the United Nations need to understand that Pakistan has been a deterrent for years.


Highlights:


The issue of Kashmir has been overshadowed in the 42nd session of UNHRC and now the activist of Gilgit Baltistan raised this issue


Activist H. Sering said in the session of the Human Rights Council that Gilgit-Baltistan is an integral part of India


He also told the members of the United Nations that they should understand that Pakistan has been a deterrent for years.


Geneva


Pakistan has been harping on every stage of the world, singing Kashmir and is engaged in propagating maliciousness against India.  However, now Pakistan's condition has become such that the residents of the part illegally occupied by it are not only raising their voice against the torture, but are also working to open the eyes of the world community.  All this was seen in the 42nd session of the ongoing UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in Geneva.  The issue of Kashmir was overshadowed on Wednesday for the second consecutive day in this session.  This time the activist of Gilgit-Baltistan, Senge H Sering, raised the issue.  He clearly stated in his speech in the session that Gilgit-Baltistan is an integral part of India.  Members of the United Nations need to understand that Pakistan has been a major deterrent for the last 70 years.


'Who is Pakistan to say disputed area?'


At the same time, Colonel Wajahat Hasan (retd), who hails from Gilgit-Baltistan, said in the session, "Pakistan says that the entire Jammu and Kashmir is a disputed area and people should have the freedom to decide themselves.  I will definitely say that how can Pakistan claim that it is a disputed area?


Hasan said that Pakistan has long kept Gilgit-Baltistan within the Kashmir arena, due to which people do not know the importance of Gilgit-Baltistan nor its link with the state of Jammu and Kashmir

 

370 was right for some people of Jammu and Kashmir '

 On the other hand, activist Senge Sering said in a media interaction, 'Article 370 remained a weapon for some people in Jammu and Kashmir, which gave them the right to veto other castes and religions.  Those who were benefiting from it became supporters of Pakistan's military and were promoting Pakistan's strategic interest in Jammu and Kashmir. '

 It is noteworthy that the issue of Kashmir has been overshadowed since the beginning of the UNHRC session.  On 10 September, Pakistan raised human rights abuses on India raising the issue of special status being removed from Jammu and Kashmir, while Indian representatives lambasted Pakistan and told UNHRC that it was an internal matter of India.  Indian diplomats also told how Pakistan is spreading terror in India and even the ministers there are provoking the youth for jihad.


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