AJK govt failed to live up to UNCIP resolutions: JKCHR
NISAR AHMAD THAKUR
Islamabad, Nov 2: Jammu Kashmir Council for Human Rights general-secretary, Dr. Nazir Giliani, has said the AJK government had failed to fulfil its responsibilities under the UNCIP resolutions that provided a comprehensive mechanism of governance for the people of all the regions including Jammu and Kashmir, Azad Kashmir and Gilgit and Baltistan.
Talking to the AJK prime minister, Raja Farooq Haider Khan, at the Kashmir House here today, the JKCHR chief told him about the constitutional obligations vis-à-vis Kashmiris’ right to self-determination, adding there had been a continuous violation and non-performance of duties under the UNCIP resolutions.
“The trust duties have to be discharged in accordance with the resolutions, fairly, in accordance with law and in the best interests of the state subjects of Jammu and Kashmir,” he said.
Later, talking to Greater Kashmir, Dr. Gilani said, “It is the responsibility of AJK government to take note of chaos and ask the Pakistan government to revisit its wisdom on Kashmir.” He referred to corruption and self interest under the garb of Kashmir.
Later, the JKCHR official presented a memorandum to Khan urging the AJK government to discharge its obligations under UNCIP resolutions, adding the government of Pakistan too had neglected its duties under it.
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