Organisation Of Islamic Cooperation Comment’s On India To Change August 5 Judgment On Kashmir

The plurilateral meeting was named on the ‘transnational society to take tangible measures for the solution of the Jammu and Kashmir conflict in conformity with the applicable United Nations Security Council (UNSC) explanations.’

¬†After the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was named on the global community to settle the Jammu and Kashmir conflict, New Delhi, on Friday, August 5, argued that the statements of the plurilateral summit “reek of bigotry.”

The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation general secretariat had commented on observing the third anniversary of the cancellation of Jammu and Kashmir’s unique constitutional position and split into two Union Territories. “Such criminal activities can neither change the denied group of Jammu and Kashmir nor select the honest request to self-determination of the Kashmiri individuals,” said the Islamic Organisation bloc.

Reaching for the reverse of the August 5 degrees, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) named the “global society to bring concrete actions for the solution of the Jammu and Kashmir conflict in conformity with the applicable United Nations Security Council resolves.”

In reaction, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) representative Arindam Bagchi alleged, “The report published by the general administration of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation on Jammu and Kashmir today reeks of bigotry.” He repeated that the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir “is and will stay an essential and inalienable” part of India. “As a consequence of long-awaited shifts three years ago, it today reaps the advantages of socio-economic change and evolution,” Bagchi declared.

Suggesting that Islamabad conducts the 56-member body’s appointment on Kashmir, he stated, “The Organization of Islamic Cooperation general administration, yet, resumes to issue notifications on Jammu and Kashmir at the direction of a serial violator of the human rights issue and infamous supporter of cross-border, provincial and multinational terrorism.” Bagchi expressed, “such comments only reveal the Organization of Islamic Cooperation as an institution dedicated to a collective schedule being chased via terrorism.”