February, 22, 2024
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Caretaker Condemns Indian Supreme Court's Kashmir Decision

Caretaker Condemns Indian Supreme Court’s Kashmir Decision

Infostani Sources- Caretaker Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani strongly rejects the decision of the Indian Supreme Court, stating that the Kashmiri people have never accepted Indian rule. International observers assert that Kashmiris are unwilling to accept India, and if India does not grant rights to the Kashmiri people, there will be a reaction from them. Briefing the press, the caretaker foreign minister emphasizes that Jammu and Kashmir is a global conflict with UN resolutions. He argues that India lacks the right to take unilateral actions, and the Indian Supreme Court’s decision holds no status. They consider the August 5, 2019 actions illegal and violating United Nations resolutions.

The Kashmiri people have already rejected Indian unilateral actions, and the Indian Supreme Court’s decision cannot divert global attention from the ongoing Indian atrocities in Kashmir. The caretaker foreign minister contends that Indian actions violate international laws, and the decision on the unconstitutional action is robust. He asserts that India consistently challenges the authority of international institutions.

President Dr. Arif Alvi vehemently rejects the Indian Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the cancellation of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status illegally occupied by India. He expresses disappointment over the decision, claiming that the Indian judiciary has bowed down to fascist Hindu ideology, delivering judgments in favor of the Indian government. According to a statement from the Presidential Palace, the President maintains that such decisions cannot legitimize India’s occupation of Kashmir, an internationally recognized dispute on the United Nations Security Council’s agenda for over seven decades.

Caretaker Condemns Supreme Court Verdict on Jammu and Kashmir, Sparks Resistance

Caretaker Condemns Indian Supreme Court's Kashmir Decision

The Supreme Court of India, ruling on appeals against the annulment of Jammu and Kashmir’s special status under India’s illegal occupation. Rejects the actions of the BJP’s Hindutva government. The court states that Jammu and Kashmir have been integral to India after its accession. The element of internal autonomy was no longer valid, deeming Article 370 a temporary provision. The court orders that Jammu and Kashmir assembly must hold elections by September 30, 2024. The court asserts that Article 370 does not freeze the merger. Emphasizing that the purpose of forming the assembly was not to create a permanent body.

On the occasion of the verdict, restrictions tightened in Jammu and Kashmir under India’s control. Mehbooba Mufti and Omar Abdullah were reportedly detained at their homes. Rejecting the Supreme Court’s decision. The spokesperson of Jamaat Hurriyat Conference reaffirms the determination to continue the struggle for the right to self-determination. Emphasizing that Kashmiris are fighting for complete freedom from India’s illegal occupation, not just for Article 370 or 35A.

People’s Democratic Party President Mehbooba Mufti, in a Twitter message. Asserts that the people of Jammu and Kashmir will not lose hope or give up their rights despite the decision. Expressing determination to continue their efforts.