UNGA Meeting: Shock to Pakistan before UNGA meeting, UN calls Kashmir a bilateral issue: Pakistan, which has been trying to make Kashmir an international issue since Article 370 was removed from Jammu and Kashmir, has completely failed. Pakistan suffered a major setback on Wednesday when the United Nations called it an India-Pakistan bilateral issue and said it could be resolved through dialogue. The United Nations statement comes ahead of the 74th United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session to be held in New York next week.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Wednesday asked the Pakistani media about the solution of Kashmir, that human rights should be respected in the field. He also clarified that India and Pakistan can resolve this issue through negotiations.
India’s response to Pakistan in UNHRC
Was falsely accused of human rights abuses. In response to this, India declared the decision taken on Article 370 as an internal decision. At the same time, targeting Pakistan, said that there is no moral right to comment on that Kashmir. He should see his own record of human rights. At the same time, India stands on its stand that there is no need of any third party for mediation, whether it is United Nations or America.
Imran Khan will fail again
Pakistan has been stunned since the Indian government’s decision last month to remove Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and divide it into two parts. Since then tensions have increased in both countries. Pakistan has since been continuously trying to raise the Kashmir issue on the global stage, where it has so far got a word of mouth. Let us know that on 27 September there will be a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, which will also include Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan. Imran said that this issue cannot be resolved through dialogue, in that case he will try to raise the issue once again, but it is clear from the statement of the United Nations that he will get any success in it.