Pakistan cannot take Kashmir situation to ICJ, Regulation Ministry tells PM Khan

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The Regulation Ministry on Friday has advised Prime Minister Imran Khan that the federal government of Pakistan can’t take Kashmir situation to Worldwide Court docket of Justice (ICJ).

The ministry has advised to boost the matter in United Nations Common Meeting or Safety Council in order that it may be referred to the ICJ by way of correct channel. The ministry acknowledged that there isn’t a settlement current between Pakistan and India concerning taking Kashmir situation to ICJ.

The advice got here after federal authorities had requested the regulation ministry to temporary over the factors of shifting ICJ over Kashmir battle.  

Earlier, International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi stated that the federal government had determined to take Kashmir case to the ICJ, including that the choice was taken after contemplating all authorized facets.

However, regular life stays paralyzed on 40th consecutive day in occupied Kashmir on account of continued curfew, restrictions and communication blackout imposed by the Indian authorities.

The Kashmir valley is underneath continued navy siege since fifth August when Narendra Modi-led Indian authorities repealed the particular standing of occupied Kashmir and imposed strict clampdown within the territory. Hundreds of Indian troops have saved tens of millions of Kashmiris confined to their houses throughout all as of late.

The occupation authorities proceed to put nearly all Hurriyat leaders together with Syed Ali Gilani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai underneath home arrest or in jails. Over 11,000 Kashmiris together with resistance leaders, political activists and youth have been arrested.

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