Nayeem Khan urges UN to implement its resolutions
Srinagar, Jan 5: The senior Hurriyat Conference (M) leader and chairman of National Front Nayeem Khan Wednesday stressed on the implementation of United Nations resolutions for settling the 63-year-old pending Kashmir dispute.
Reminding the United Nations of its resolutions passed in favor of Kashmiris’ ‘Right to Self Determination’ on Jan 5, 1949, Nayeem Khan said Kashmir was a threat to international peace and the dream of a stable and peaceful South Asia cannot be realized until this dispute was resolved.
“These resolutions provide legal basis for resolving the long pending dispute,” he added.
In view of the nuclear-capability of India and Pakistan, role of the UN General Security towards resolving the Kashmir dispute becomes more imperative. “India and Pakistan have already fought three wars over Kashmir. UN general secretary should not allow India to put world peace at risk,” he said.
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