India cannot change disputed status of Kashmir: FO

We reject fresh order of Indian Supreme Court just as we had rejected its order of December 11, 2023, says spokesperson.

ISLAMABAD: As the Indian Supreme Court upheld its ruling validating the Modi regime’s August 5, 2019, decision of abolishing occupied Kashmir’s special status, Pakistan has said New Delhi had no right to change the disputed status of the occupied territory.

The decision of the Modi regime was challenged in the Indian Supreme Court which validated it this year.

Foreign Office spokesperson Mum­taz Zahra Baloch said: “We reject the fresh order of Indian Supreme Court just as we had rejected the earlier order of December 11, 2023. These two verdicts fail to recognize the internationally recognized disputed nature of Jammu and Kashmir. Indian Supreme Court judgments cannot distract the international community’s attention from the gross and systemic human rights violation in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.”

It may be noted that instead of fulfilling its own promises made in the UN, New Delhi has failed to implement the United Nations Security Council resolutions by holding a plebiscite in Kashmir. 

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