United States Court Asks Modi To Explain Kashmir Annexation
Pakistan has won diplomatic war over Kashmir as United States Court asks Narendra Modi to explain Kashmir annexation, asks him to respond within 21 days.
According to details, United States Court has asked Narendra Modi to explain Kashmir annexation. Lawsuit filed by two Kashmiri citizens, accuses Modi of human rights violations in held valley. Complaint also nominates Interior minister of India Amit Shah for killings and detention of Kashmiris. Court asks Narendra Modi and his government to respond within 21 days.
Imran Khan’s statement about Jihad in Kashmir also been applaud by United States, terms it ‘unambiguous and important,’. Imran Khan said “Anyone up for Jihad in Kashmir is an enemy of state. India wants to blame Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism in held Kashmir. Any act of voilence would do injustice to Kashmiris, will undermine their just cause.”
Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs took to twitter and said “Applaud PM Imran Khan’s unambiguous & important statement that militants from Pakistan who would carry out violence in Kashmir are enemies of both Kashmiris & Pakistan.We agree. Pakistan’s sustained commitment to counter all terrorist groups is critical to reg. stability.”
Applaud PM @ImranKhanPTI’s unambiguous & important statement that militants from Pakistan who would carry out violence in Kashmir are enemies of both Kashmiris & Pakistan.We agree. Pakistan's sustained commitment to counter all terrorist groups is critical to reg. stability. AGW
— State_SCA (@State_SCA) September 19, 2019
Reportedly, Valley remains under curfew from last 47 days. Indian forces have arrested around 40,000 Kashmiris since August 5, the day when India abrogated Article 370 to scrap Jammu and Kashmir of its special status in the Indian constitution.