Modi regime asked to restore Kashmir’s special status

No law can allow occupying regime to change disputed status of occupied territory, say leaders.

SRINAGAR: Various political leaders in occupied Jammu and Kashmir have urged the international community to force India to restore the special status of the disputed territory.

They reiterated demand for the restoration of occupied Jammu and Kashmir’s special status at a public gathering and in separate statements.

People’s Democratic Party President Mehbooba Mufti at a public rally in Islamabad district said there was no other option than restoring the special status till the resolution of the Kashmir issue in accordance with the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council.

The Modi regime illegally and unilaterally abolished the special status of Kashmir by withdrawing an article in the Indian constitution on August 5, 2019.

In a statement, an APHC spokesperson urged the Kashmiri people to resist India’s attempts to erase the political, cultural and religious identity of Jammu and Kashmir.

He also called upon the international community, especially the United Nations, to fulfil its promises and obligations of giving the right to Self-determination to the people of Kashmir so that they can decide about their future on their own and live as an independent nation.

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