MUZAFFARABAD: Norway’s former prime minister Kjell Magne Bondevik has stated the Jammu and Kashmir dispute wants a political answer which lies in implementation of UN resolutions with a purpose to convey peace and safety to South Asia. He made the remarks throughout a go to to Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) on Friday.
Bondevik met AJK President Masood Khan and Prime Minister Farooq Haider, each of whom briefed him on the newest state of affairs in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IOK). He was knowledgeable of the grave human rights violations Indian forces are committing in IOK and advised that India’s unlawful occupation had put the area’s peace and safety at stake.
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Multiple million Indian troops stationed in IOK have killed some ninety five,000 Kashmiris for demanding the fitting of self-willpower in response to UN resolutions. Indian forces have disappeared hundreds of Kashmiris and greater than 6,000 unmarked mass graves have been found in IOK. These buried within the unmarked graves have been killed in pretend encounters by Indian troops.
The AJK management urged Bondevik to make use of his affect to finish India’s brutalities and to convey a few peaceable decision of the Kashmir dispute. The Norwegian ex-premier was additionally briefed on India’s unprovoked ceasefire violations alongside the Line of Management and assaults on adjoining civilian.
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Bondevik additionally visited Kashmiri refugee camps in Muzaffarabad. He met the refugees of 1989 who informed him how they have been pressured them to go away their ancestral houses in IOK.
Bondevik served two phrases as Norway’s prime minister – from 1997 to 2000 and from 2001 to 2005. He’s additionally the founder president of the Oslo Centre for Peace and Human Rights, a assume-tank based mostly in Norway. He visited AJK on the particular invitation of President Masood.
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