Sardar Masood Khan, President Azad Jammu
President UNGA who is currently visiting Pakistan has said that dialogue between India and Pakistan is a must and this also resonated in the words of the UN
President Masood Khan said that Pakistan and the Kashmiris have welcomed the UN Secretary General’s call for dialogue between Pakistan and India and his statement that the United Nations had done its job by releasing a report on human rights violations in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK), last year. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights last June issued a detailed report which had recorded massive human rights violations and crimes against humanity being committed by occupation forces in IOK.
The President agreed with the UN
It was against this backdrop, the President said, it was necessary for the UN to play its rightful role in the resolution of the Kashmir dispute. “United Nations resolutions on Kashmir are keystone documents, which cannot be shelved or supplanted”, he said.
The President invited the UN
The AJK President in his statement strongly condemned the brutal killing of two young men in Budgam district during the draconian search and cordon operations. India, he said, is deliberately targeting young men to silence the voices of freedom and self-determination. The President also condemned the arrest of Muhammad Yasin Malik, Zafar Akbar Butt and 12 others belonging to the Joint Resistance Leadership. “They must be freed immediately, along with Shabbir Shah, Mussarat Alam Butt and Assiya Andrabi”, said President Masood.