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Pakistan’s principled Kashmir stance remains the same

October 13, 2010

 

ABU SHUJA

Islamabad has informed Bharat that Pakistan maintains it principled and international accepted stance on Kashmir based on UN Resolutions and a plebiscite for the people of Kashmir. The referendum would give Kashmir the choice to join Bharat or Pakistan per the Indian Independence Act of 1947 and the UN resolutions. Syed Geelani the most popular leader of Kashmir also wants a plebiscite to resolve the resolution.


Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi reiterated Pakistan’s stance regarding Kashmir, adding that the issue needs progress rather than review.

Speaking to media representatives after chairing a meeting of the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Qureshi said Pakistan maintained its historical and principled stance on the issue.

Talking to media after chairing a meeting of standing committee for foreign affairs, Qureshi said that India has been told in equivocal terms that the next session of dialogue should not be result-oriented instead of mere photo session. “Not only we but Indian people also want meaningful talks on Kashmir issue”, Qureshi said. He called upon the global community to help end the Indian forces’ atrocities and human rights violations going on in the held valley. “India might not have liked my speech at the United Nations, I think, that is why it is delaying the process of dialogue resumption” the minister replied when asked about the delay in the talks with India.

DRAFT RESOLUTION

PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT (CANADA) OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL AND THE RAPPORTEUR (BELGIUM) ON 6 FEBRUARY, 1948 (DOCUMENT NO. 667, DATED THE 10TH FEBRUARY, 1948)
RESOLUTION 38 (1948)

SUBMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVE OF BELGIUM AND ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 229TH MEETING HELD ON 17 JANUARY 1948. (DOCUMENT NO. S/65I, DATED THE 17TH JANUARY, 1948).
RESOLUTION 47 (1948)

SUBMITTED JOINTLY BY THE REPRESENTATIVES FOR BELGIUM, CANADA, CHINA, COLUMBIA, THE UNITED KINGDOM AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 286TH MEETING HELD ON 21 APRIL, 1948. (DOCUMENT NO. S/726, DATED THE 21ST APRIL, 1948).
RESOLUTION 51 (1948)

SUBMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVE OF SYRIA AND ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 312TH MEETING HELD ON 3 JUNE, 1948 (DOCUMENT NO. S/819, DATED THE 3RD JUNE, 1948).
RESOLUTION

ADOPTED BY THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION FOR INDIA AND PAKISTAN ON 13 AUGUST 1948. (DOCUMENT NO. S/1100, PARA 75, DATED THE 9TH NOVEMBER, 1948)
RESOLUTION

ADOPTED AT THE MEETING OF THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION FOR INDIA AND PAKISTAN ON 5 JANUARY, 1949. (DOCUMENT NO. S/1196, PARA IS, DATED THE 10TH JANUARY, 1949)
PROPOSAL

IN RESPECT OF JAMMU AND KASHIR MADE BY GENERAL A.G.L. McNAUGHTON PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL OF THE UNITED NATIONS, PURSUANT TO THE DECISION OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL TAKEN AT ITS 457TH MEETING, ON 22 DECEMBER, 1949.
RESOLUTION 80 (1950)

CONCERNING THE INDIA-PAKISTAN QUESTION, SUBMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVES OF CUBA, NORWAY, UNITED KINGDOM AND UNITED STATES AND ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL ON MARCH 14, 1950. (DOCUMENT NO. S/1469), DATED THE 14TH MARCH 1950)
RESOLUTION 91 (1951)

CONCERNING THE INDIA-PAKISTAN QUESTION SUBMITTED BY THE REPRESENTATIVES OF UNITED KINGDOM AND UNITED STATES AND ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL ON MARCH 30, 1951. (DOCUMENT NO. S/2017/REV. I, DATED THE 30TH MARCH, 1951).
RESOLUTION 96 (1951)

CONCERNING THE INDIA-PAKISTAN QUESTION ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL ON 10TH NOVEMBER, 1951. (DOCUMENT NO. S/2392, DATED THE 10TH NOVEMBER, 1951).
RESOLUTION 98 (1952)

ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 611TH MEETING ON 23 DECEMBER, 1952. (DOCUMENT NO. S/2883, DATED THE 24TH DECEMBER, 1952).
RESOLUTION 122 (1957)

ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 765TH MEETING ON 24 JANUARY, 1957.
JOINT DRAFT RESOLUTION

20TH FEBRUARY 1957 THE INDIA-PAKISTAN QUESTION, AUSTRALIA, CUBA, UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
RESOLUTION 123 (1957)

ADOPTED BY THE SECURITY COUNCIL AT ITS 774TH MEETING ON 21 FEBRUARY, 1957. (DOCUMENT NO. S/3793, DATED THE 21ST FEBRUARY 1957).
JOINT DRAFT RESOLUTION

2ND DECEMBER, 1957, THE INDIA-PAKISTAN QUESTION, AUSTRALIA, COLUMBIA, PHILIPPINES, U.K., U.S.A.
2ND DECEMBER, 1957
DRAFT RESOLUTION

SUBMITTED BY IRELAND TO THE SECURITY COUNCIL ON JUNE 22, 1962.
STATEMENT

OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL (FRENCH REPRESENTATIVE) MADE ON THE 18TH MAY, 1964, AT THE ELEVENTH HUNDRED AND SEVENTEENTH MEETING OF THE SECURITY COUNCIL. (DOCUMENT NO. S/PV. 1117, DATED THE 18TH MAY, 1964) SUMMARISING THE CONCLUSION OF THE DEBATE ON KASHMIR.

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  2. Thank you for the information



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