हेर्नुस् के छ आज देशभरका मौसम पूर्वानुमानआज मिति ।२०७८ साउन १९ गते, मंगलवार हेर्नुस् राशिफलफुर्के धागो २ भोलि सार्वजनिक हुँदैपछिल्लो २४ घण्टामा देशभर ३ हजार १२५ जनामा कोरोना भाइरस संक्रमण पुष्टिएमाले नेता पोखरेलको प्रश्न : केपी ओलीमुक्त नेपाल भनेको के हो ? के तपाईँहरु केपी ओलीलाई मार्न चाहानुहुन्छ वा जेल हाल्न चाहानुहुन्छ ?माधव नेपाल समूहको पोजिसन क्लियर भएपछिमात्रै हामीले पाउने मन्त्रालयको टुँगो लाग्छ : मनिष सुमनमाधव नेपाल जननेता हुनुभयो, प्रधानमन्त्री देउवाको हाईट बढेको छ : महेन्द्र यादवआज मिति २०७८ साउन १८ गते, साेमवारको राशिफलमनास्लु वल्र्ड कलेजले कक्षा ११ मा विज्ञान संकायमा भर्ना हुने ३० जना विद्यार्थीलाई छात्रवृत्ति दिनेपछिल्लो २४ घण्टामा थप २,५६८ जनामा कोरोना भाइरस संक्रमण पुष्टि
  • Jammu and Kashmir Dispute and Recent Escalation in Human Right Violations

    न्यूजलाईन्स् मिडिया संवाददाता
    प्रकाशित मिति : १४ कार्तिक २०७५, बुधबार २०:३५

    On 31 October 2018, Embassy of Pakistan, Kathmandu organized a talk programme / interaction on the topic “Jammu and Kashmir Dispute and Recent Escalation in Human Right Violations”. The programme was attended by over 250 participants representing a cross section of Nepalese society including intellectuals, think thanks, media persons and civil society. 27 October is observed as Black Day around the world to mark the landing of Indian forces in Jammu and Kashmir on this date in 1947. The Speakers talked at length about the June 2018 report of the UN Office of the High Commission on Human Rights (OHCHR). The report had highlighted the killings, use of pallets guns, rapes and arson by the occupation forces. The report recommended investigation into the incidents of the excessive use of force and prosecution those responsible, through an Impartial Commission of Inquiry. The speakers emphasized the need for an early resolution of Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the wishes of people of Jammu and Kashmir as per the UN resolutions. The Ambassador Mazhar Javed stressed the need for an early and full implementation of UN (OHCHR) recommendation on establishment of a Independent Commission of Inquiry to investigate and persecute the atrocities of being committed in Indian Occupied Kashmir.


    Message from H.E. Dr. Arif Alvi

    President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan
    on Kashmir Black Day

    27th October marks one of the darkest chapters of the Jammu & Kashmir history. On this day, seven decades ago, Indian forces landed in Srinagar to occupy, subjugate, oppress and terrorize the innocent people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IoK) in blatant violation of international law.

    The United Nations Security Council through several of its resolutions, has validated the Kashmiris’ right to decide their future through a fair and impartial plebiscite. Despite its commitment to the international community to enforce these resolutions, India has embarked on a path of punitive suppression and pathological genocide that continues to this day.

    Indian human rights atrocities have been well documented in the Report of the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on Kashmir and have been corroborated by leading human rights organizations. India does not realize that it is impossible to crush the spirit of a people once they commit to the achievement of their freedom. Pakistan strongly supports the OHCHR Report’s recommendation to constitute a Commission of Inquiry (COI) to analyze the human rights situation in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir.

    We pay homage to the sacrifices of our brethren in IoK and reiterate our unflinching and steadfast moral, diplomatic and political support for the just cause of the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir. This support will continue till the realization of their lawful right to self-determination.


    Message by the Prime Minister of Pakistan on Kashmir Black Day


    Twenty Seventh October marks a tragic day in the history of South Asia. This is the day India sent in its armed forces to occupy Jammu & Kashmir against the aspirations and fundamental rights of the Kashmiri people as well as against all principles of International Law.


    For seven decades, India has occupied Jammu & Kashmir in contravention of UNSC resolutions that ordain the holding of a plebiscite to determine the wishes of the Kashmiri people. It has used coercion, brutal suppression of the rights of the people, economic blandishments and sham electoral processes to crush the will of Kashmiris and legitimize its occupation.


    The recent UN Report on Kashmir is an acknowledgement of Indian policies of occupation that include well documented human rights atrocities. The recommendation to set up a UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) to investigate human rights abuses by Indian occupation forces should immediately be implemented. The continued brutal suppression of Kashmiri people and recent surge in killings of young Kashmiris requires urgent action.


    The valiant, brave and courageous people of Indian occupied Kashmir deserve the admiration of the world.


    Pakistan will not relent in its moral, political and diplomatic support until the Kashmiris realize their legitimate right to self-determination in accordance with UN Security Council resolutions.






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