Joint session of Parliament unanimously passed a resolution expressing solidarity with Kashmiris


A joint session of Parliament was held on Wednesday under the chairmanship of Speaker National Assembly Raja Pervez Ashraf. Speaker National Assembly Raja Pervez Ashraf said that thousands of people have died in the earthquake in Turkey.

Turkey is a brotherly Islamic country. We express our condolences on behalf of the Pakistani nation. Turkey has supported Pakistan on every difficult occasion.

After that, the Federal Minister of Religious Affairs prayed for the forgiveness of the martyrs of the brotherly countries and for the prosperity and development of both the countries.

Federal Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Murtaza Javed Abbasi presented a resolution to express solidarity with the oppressed Kashmiris, which was unanimously approved.

The resolution said that this House pays tribute to the bravery, courage and sacrifices of the people of Jammu and Kashmir illegally occupied by India. Kudos to the Kashmiri brothers and sisters for their continuous struggle.

The resolution states that the House rejects India’s unilateral and illegal actions since August 5, 2019 and is deeply concerned about the settlement of non-Kashmiris in Occupied Kashmir.

Qardad said that February 5th is celebrated as Kashmir Solidarity Day, the Kashmiri people have justly fought to achieve self-determination. This House reiterates its unwavering moral, diplomatic and political support to the Kashmir issue.

The joint meeting in the resolution expressed deep concern over the attempts to add temporary persons to the voter lists and delimit new constituencies in Kashmir and said that any political process under foreign occupation is expressly prohibited by the relevant Security Council resolutions. There is a violation. No contentious political process can be a substitute for the exercise of Jammu and Kashmir’s right to self-determination.

The joint meeting expressed deep concern over the presence of more than 9 lakh Indian troops in Occupied Kashmir.

The resolution condemned Indian illegal occupation and extrajudicial killings in Jammu and Kashmir.

The resolution said that this House strongly condemns the siege, search operations, destruction of property, occupation, violence and continuous violations of human rights in Kashmir.

This House expresses serious concern over the continued illegal detention and imprisonment of Kashmiri political leaders and activists.

The resolution demanded that India allow an independent investigation into human rights violations as recommended in the report of the United Nations Human Rights Commission and its illegal and unilateral actions of August 5, 2019 and thereafter. Cancel the steps taken.


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