At UN, Pakistan asks India five questions over Kashmir situation

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At UN, Pakistan asks India five questions over Kashmir situation

NEW YORK: Pakistan again questioned India’s unabated atrocities on defenceless Kashmiris with impunity and urged the international community to come to the aid of Kashmiris facing massive human rights violations.
At the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) in a right of reply, the Pakistani delegate asked India to respond for the Council’s information that:

Can India deny that the situation in Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute on which there are number of UN resolutions?

Can India deny that the UN has expressly called for the holding of an impartial plebiscite to ascertain the wishes of the Kashmiri people?

Can India deny there are over 700,000 military and para-military forces deployed in IOK, which amounts to a shocking ratio of 1 military person to 70 civilians?

Can India deny that since 1989 around 100,000 civilians have been killed in IOK and that there are well documented reports of mass graves – a proof of fake encounters in which indigenous Kashmiris have been killed using the false pretext of infiltration?

Can India deny that in the most recent indigenous uprising in the wake of Burhan Wani’s extra-judicial killing on 8 July, over 100 Kashmiris have lost their lives, 10,000 injured and over 700 injured in their eyes due to pellet guns causing either complete or partial blindness for life time?

Can India deny that the entire valley of Kashmir is under curfew since past two months?

Also Read: Pakistan welcomes UNHRC request to visit Indian-occupied Kashmir

In Pakistan’s second right of reply, the Indian delegation was again challenged on account of his inability to own up to the incontrovertible fact that the terrible situation in IOK flows from the nature of the Indian occupation and their unceasing oppression of the Kashmir people.

Even in their own parliament, individuals have accepted that Indian policies were at the root of the misery of Kashmiris.

Pakistan emphatically asked the international community to come to the aid of the Kashmiri people against an Indian state, which refuses to see reason and denies the facts on ground in IOK.

UNHRC Chief’s remarks

The UNHRC chief had said on Tuesday that the deteriorating situation in occupied Kashmir has made it crucial to establish an independent and impartial international mission.

He said that he had requested the governments of India and Pakistan to allow teams from his office both sides of the Line of Control, after receiving reports that Indian authorities had used excessive force against the civilian population, and a large number of people had been killed and wounded.

“I believe an independent, impartial and international mission is now needed crucially and that it should be given free and complete access to establish an objective assessment of the claims made by the two sides,” he said.

He also said that he had received a letter last Friday from the government of Pakistan formally inviting him to send an OHCHR team, but had yet to receive a similar request from India.

He regretted the lack of response by India to his request for access to its controlled part of the disputed state and had called for unconditional access to both sides of the Line of Control.

https://arynews.tv/en/pakistan-seek...ntion-to-stop-indian-atrocities-on-kashmiris/
 

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Kashmiri MP resigns from India’s parliament to protest over atrocity in held Kashmir
By News Desk
Published: September 15, 2016

Tariq Hameed Karra. PHOTO: TWITTER

Pro-India Kashmiri lawmaker and leader of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Tariq Karra tendered his resignation from India’s parliament and his party on Thursday, after accusing the PDP of being a collaborator of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

“The PDP has become a collaborator for fascist RSS governed BJP [Bharatiya Janata Party],” Karra told reporters.

Pakistan rejects Indian claims of restraint in Indian Kashmir

Karra, one of the founding members of PDP, who got elected to the Lok Sabha in 2014 and was a close aide of the late Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed.

He is known as a prominent pro-India Kashmiri politician, who had always opposed the idea of a PDP-BJP alliance and even made his reservations known earlier also.

The resignation comes as the Kashmir Valley is battling months of the deadliest insurgency it has suffered in six years. Over 80 people have been killed and thousands injured in clashes with security forces.

Pakistan urges international community to help Indian Kashmiris

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will be visiting New York next week to address the UN Assembly and intends to highlight the violation of human rights taking place in Indian-held Kashmir.

“The day is not far when Jammu & Kashmir will become Pakistan. No one can stop freedom movement in occupied Kashmir,” the prime minister said while addressing a rally in Muzaffarabad after the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) emerged as the front-runner in Azad Jammu & Kashmir.

The story originally appeared onTimes of India.
 

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International probe into Kashmir killings imperative now: UN rights chief

UNITED NATIONS: The deteriorating situation in India-held Kashmir has now made it crucial to establish an independent, impartial and international mission to assess the situation, the UN human rights chief has said, while regretting India's lack of response to his request for access to its controlled part of the disputed state.

UN rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein told the Geneva-based Human Rights Council that he received a letter from the Government of Pakistan on Sept 9 formally inviting a team from his office to visit Azad Kashmir but only in tandem with a mission to the Indian side.

“I have yet to receive a formal letter from the government of India. I therefore request here and publicly, from the two governments, access that is unconditional to both sides of the Line of Control,” he said.

“Two months ago, I requested the agreement of the governments of India and Pakistan to invite teams from my office to visit both sides of the Line of Control: in other words, the India-administered Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan-administered Kashmir,” Zeid said in remarks delivered on Tuesday at the opening session of HRC.

“We furthermore received conflicting narratives from the two sides as to the cause for the confrontations and the reported large numbers of people killed and wounded. I believe an independent, impartial and international mission is now needed crucially and that it should be given free and complete access to establish an objective assessment of the claims made by the two sides,” he said.

The top UN official also said that they continue receiving reports of Indian forces using force excessively against civilian population under its administration.

The Indian government has been coming under growing pressure over the level of casualties in the region during protests against Indian rule, which broke out after the death of a popular rebel leader on July 8 during a gunbattle with soldiers.

More than 70 civilians have been killed and thousands injured in the worst violence to hit the territory since 2010.

In spite of a lockdown, anti-India protesters have called for a march to the UN office in Srinagar. Tensions have been further heightened due to Eidul Azha, with heavy deployment of Indian troops across the valley even though there is a continuing ban on public assembly this year.

The opening statement of the UN high commissioner for human rights at the HRC focused on issues of access of the UN to troubled areas and the growing trend of an increasing number of countries to refuse to grant access to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) or other human rights mechanisms to their countries or specific troubled regions.

Governments accuse the OHCHR of “interfering” in the internal affairs of sovereign states when violations of human rights are pointed out to them and his statements referring to these violations are termed “biased”, “irresponsible”, “misleading” or based on “false” premises, Zeid said in a hard-hitting statement.

Quoting the Vienna Declaration which states that “the promotion and protection of all human rights is a legitimate concern of the international community”, he argued that human rights is not exclusively a national issue.

Apart from India and Pakistan, the high commissioner referred to Syria, Venezuela, Turkey, Ethiopia, Gambia, Burundi, China, Nepal, the US (for refusing access to Guantanamo Bay), Israel, Iran, North Korea, among other countries for non-cooperation with UN human rights mechanisms.

“Human rights violations will not disappear if a government blocks access to international observers and then invests in a public relations campaign to offset any unwanted publicity. On the contrary, efforts to duck or refuse legitimate scrutiny raise an obvious question: what, precisely, are you hiding from us?” he said.


http://www.dawn.com/news/1283893/in...shmir-killings-imperative-now-un-rights-chief
 

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Here comes ISI Paki Terrorist @Neo posting non-stop posts as ordered by ISI.

Lol... Poor Pakis... no one listen to PATHOLOGICAL LIARS who sheltered OBL. :rofl:

Let me SPOIL your party by below news which your ISI masters told not to mention.When you Pakis were asking "questions" to India at UN the Baloch protestors did big protest outside UN.

Pakis have done a self-goal since spotlight came on Balochistan Genocide by Pak Army. :lol:

You Pakis have enough time to start these threads but run away like Real Pussies when called out.You even did attack on Prophets Mosque in Arabia.Besharam kaum!!! You are FAKE Muslims.

Now WHOLE WORLD knows about Balochistan Genocide by Pak Army.

Baloch activists stage protest at UN headquarters in New York

Baloch Activists at UN: Pakistan Killed 5,000 people; 20,000 Missing

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Last time Nawaz Badmash went to UN he was heckled by Baloch activist inside the conference room by "free free Balochistan" and "You are a Osama friend". :lol:

Balochistan is now a international Issue and got publicity... thanks to self-goal by Pakis. :rofl:

FREE FREE Balochistan.
FREE FREE Balochistan.
FREE FREE Balochistan.


 
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At UN, Pakistan asks India five questions over Kashmir situation
Can India deny that the situation in Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute on which there are number of UN resolutions?
Can India deny that the UN has expressly called for the holding of an impartial plebiscite to ascertain the wishes of the Kashmiri people?
No, but seems that pakistanis are themselves yet to read the resolution.
United Nations Resolution 47
http://www.un.org/en/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=S/RES/47(1948)
Screenshots from Page no. 5,6 & 7:
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Clearly, as per the the resolution,
  1. Pakistani illegal immigrants can't be considered Kashmiris at first place.
  2. Entire Kashmir must be Indian control before conduction of any plebiscite. (If we do an immense attack to annex the remaining part, we can't be opposed llegally in UNO.
  3. Till the administration formation of J&K which is yet to happen, India has the responsibility to ensure the security of the state.
  4. As per the page-7, India is protecting minorities too.
Next time, please research well instead of wasting my and your time.

Pakistani government cries about a referendum every year at UNO,
60 years ago, United Nations Organization passed a resolution..
65 years ago, United Nations Organization passed a resolution...
67 years ago, United Nations Organization passed a resolution....
Without reading the first condition to vacate PoK.
Even UN will be laughing at your backs.:facepalm:
From government to Media, a fake propaganda and now this thread that how Indians are violating the law without reading the resolution yourself.
This thread will suffer badly.

@Kunal Biswas @pmaitra
Please, somebody close it.
And if any mod going to edit my post, please do not remove the link for the resolution.

Can India deny there are over 700,000 military and para-military forces deployed in IOK, which amounts to a shocking ratio of 1 military person to 70 civilians?
Can India deny that since 1989 around 100,000 civilians have been killed in IOK and that there are well documented reports of mass graves – a proof of fake encounters in which indigenous Kashmiris have been killed using the false pretext of infiltration?
Yes, because we have no presence in any area called "IOK".
Can India deny that in the most recent indigenous uprising in the wake of Burhan Wani’s extra-judicial killing on 8 July, over 100 Kashmiris have lost their lives, 10,000 injured and over 700 injured in their eyes due to pellet guns causing either complete or partial blindness for life time?
  • In Indian Judiciary, we do not classify terrorists as good or bad. So, it's not extra judicial. Our UNSC seat pending for decades and UNHRC expects us to be loyal for them! Forget.
  • Though I don't wanna act communally, but only few radicalized Muslims are responsible for entire unrest and AFAIK Kashmir doesn't have a Muslim history. It's culture has been dominated by Buddhism and Hinduism which were killed or pushed out by foreigners (Muslims which invaded from outside). Stop calling them indigenous. If they want freedom, they are free from India to return their forefathers homeland. Our land won't be gifted to them.
And that's why we are rehabilitating the indigenous population.
When done, we will take back rest for changing demographics and then, plebiscite.
Budhha hu Akbar!
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Can India deny that the entire valley of Kashmir is under curfew since past two months.
Yes, because it's factually incorrect.
Seriously man, who told you that entire valley is in curfew?:crazy:
 
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I seriously don't understand why Pakistan keeps singing old rhetoric of UN Plebicite, are they dumb to understand the fact that, If UN Plebicite is to take place then Kashmir has to be returned to it's original state of 1947

1. Take out all the illegal immigrants from Pakistani Occupied Kashmir
2. Take the part of Kashmir (Aksai Chin) back from China which was acceded in 1951
3. Pakistan Army to leave Pakistan Occupied Kashmir
4. Stop all projects of CPEC going through PoK

Is Pakistan ready to deal with it

People throwing stones can't be termed innocent
 

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International probe into Kashmir killings imperative now: UN rights chief

UNITED NATIONS: The deteriorating situation in India-held Kashmir has now made it crucial to establish an independent, impartial and international mission to assess the situation, the UN human rights chief has said, while regretting India's lack of response to his request for access to its controlled part of the disputed state.

UN rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein told the Geneva-based Human Rights Council that he received a letter from the Government of Pakistan on Sept 9 formally inviting a team from his office to visit Azad Kashmir but only in tandem with a mission to the Indian side.

“I have yet to receive a formal letter from the government of India. I therefore request here and publicly, from the two governments, access that is unconditional to both sides of the Line of Control,” he said.

“Two months ago, I requested the agreement of the governments of India and Pakistan to invite teams from my office to visit both sides of the Line of Control: in other words, the India-administered Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan-administered Kashmir,” Zeid said in remarks delivered on Tuesday at the opening session of HRC.

“We furthermore received conflicting narratives from the two sides as to the cause for the confrontations and the reported large numbers of people killed and wounded. I believe an independent, impartial and international mission is now needed crucially and that it should be given free and complete access to establish an objective assessment of the claims made by the two sides,” he said.

The top UN official also said that they continue receiving reports of Indian forces using force excessively against civilian population under its administration.

The Indian government has been coming under growing pressure over the level of casualties in the region during protests against Indian rule, which broke out after the death of a popular rebel leader on July 8 during a gunbattle with soldiers.

More than 70 civilians have been killed and thousands injured in the worst violence to hit the territory since 2010.

In spite of a lockdown, anti-India protesters have called for a march to the UN office in Srinagar. Tensions have been further heightened due to Eidul Azha, with heavy deployment of Indian troops across the valley even though there is a continuing ban on public assembly this year.

The opening statement of the UN high commissioner for human rights at the HRC focused on issues of access of the UN to troubled areas and the growing trend of an increasing number of countries to refuse to grant access to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) or other human rights mechanisms to their countries or specific troubled regions.

Governments accuse the OHCHR of “interfering” in the internal affairs of sovereign states when violations of human rights are pointed out to them and his statements referring to these violations are termed “biased”, “irresponsible”, “misleading” or based on “false” premises, Zeid said in a hard-hitting statement.

Quoting the Vienna Declaration which states that “the promotion and protection of all human rights is a legitimate concern of the international community”, he argued that human rights is not exclusively a national issue.

Apart from India and Pakistan, the high commissioner referred to Syria, Venezuela, Turkey, Ethiopia, Gambia, Burundi, China, Nepal, the US (for refusing access to Guantanamo Bay), Israel, Iran, North Korea, among other countries for non-cooperation with UN human rights mechanisms.

“Human rights violations will not disappear if a government blocks access to international observers and then invests in a public relations campaign to offset any unwanted publicity. On the contrary, efforts to duck or refuse legitimate scrutiny raise an obvious question: what, precisely, are you hiding from us?” he said.


http://www.dawn.com/news/1283893/in...shmir-killings-imperative-now-un-rights-chief
Now these items which you are mentioning is meaning less.. Nobody gives a damn about it. So if you have real interest in Kashmir admit to world that you want to concur it.. in other words if you want it come & get it of course only if you have a balls..
 

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UN rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein is a Muslim, a Jordanian Prince married to Swedish (they get born in a Muslim country and wish to marry a Christian) wonder if he will speak about apathy of Kashmiri Pandits.. How conveniently Pakistan forgets that Kashmir is not only about Muslims, there are Sikhs, Buddhists and Hindus too who will have a say.
 
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@Neo Bhai Jaan,

What if India does not reply to your questions ? and continue to do what Indian thinks best in her interest ?

Where will Pakistan go ? even China is un willing to come to your rescue ...

China is Silent !! Iran is Silent !! USA is **** you... oh where is the Ummah brothers ??
 

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Statement on comments by
the UN High Commissioner for
Human Rights
September 13, 2016
1. We have seen the
comments by the UN High
Commissioner for Human
Rights on the situation in the
Indian state of Jammu and
Kashmir. We note that he
has received conflicting
narratives on the cause for
the confrontations.
2. It would be recalled that the
present situation arose from
the death of a self-
acknowledged commander
of the terrorist organization,
Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, who
was wanted for several
terrorist acts. It was further
aggravated by sustained
cross-border terrorism
emanating from Pakistan.
Terrorism is the grossest
violation of human rights
and should be so
acknowledged by any
impartial and objective
observer. The high number
of casualties sustained by
Indian security forces is a
reflection of the tremendous
restraint they have
displayed in difficult
circumstances.
3. As regards the suggestion
for a visit of a mission to
both sides of the Line of
Control, we would underline
that there is no comparison
between the situation in the
Indian state of Jammu and
Kashmir and Pakistan-
occupied Kashmir. The
former has a democratically
elected Government, while
the latter has seen a
Pakistani diplomat
arbitrarily appointed as its
head. The Indian state of
Jammu and Kashmir is part
of a pluralistic and secular
democracy, where
freedoms are guaranteed by
an independent judiciary, an
active media and a vibrant
civil society. In contrast,
Pakistan-occupied Kashmir
is administered by a ‘deep
state’ and has become a hub
for the global export of
terror.
4. The issue of an external
mission was considered by
the All-Party Conference on
12 August 2016 that met to
discuss the situation in
Jammu and Kashmir. It was
unanimously felt that Indian
democracy has all that is
required to address
legitimate grievances.
Accordingly, an all-party
delegation visited Srinagar.
Despite cross-border
terrorist infiltration that saw
an encounter only
yesterday, Government
remains fully engaged in
normalizing the situation as
soon as possible.
5. We hope that the connection
between terrorism and
violation of human rights
would be recognized and
deliberated upon in Geneva.
 

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India’s Statement on Agenda
Item 2: General Debate on the
oral update by the UN High
Commissioner for Human
Rights (HCHR) during the 33rd
Session of Human Rights
Council(HRC)
September 14, 2016
Mr. President,
1. We thank the High
Commissioner for his
update on the situation of
human rights and OHCHR
activities since the last HRC
Session.
2. We acknowledge the role
sought to be played by the
OHCHR in enhancing States’
capacities, at their request,
for effective promotion and
protection of human rights
of their citizens; however
more would be gained if
primacy were accorded to
cooperation over
confrontation with States
concerned as the guiding
principle in our collective
effort.
3. We have noted the
reference in the High
Commissioner's statement
to the situation in the Indian
State of Jammu and
Kashmir. The whole State of
Jammu and Kashmir is an
integral part of India.
Pakistan remains in illegal
occupation of apart of our
territory. The two cannot
and should not be equated.
The neutrality of the phrase
"Indian Administered
Kashmir” is, therefore,
artificial. Furthermore, the
State of Jammu and
Kashmir has an elected
democratic government that
represents all sections of
the people unlike the
situation in Pakistan-
Occupied Kashmir.
4. The current violence in
Jammu and Kashmir has
been choreographed from
across our border since the
death of a known terrorist
belonging to an
internationally proscribed
terrorist organization in
police action in July this
year. We have shared
evidence of terrorists who
came across the border with
instructions to target our
security forces by mingling
with protesting crowds and
using human shields.
Terrorism, I would
emphasise, is the most
egregious violation of
human rights.
5. Jammu and Kashmir has
started to move towards
normalcy after sustained
and system-wide efforts by
both the Central and the
State governments,
including the exercise of
maximum restraint by our
security forces, 7000 of
whom have sustained
injuries till date. India's
robust democratic
institutions and processes
have sufficient tools for
redressal of grievances and
they are already engaged
with this issue across the
entire democratic political
spectrum.
6. The protection and
promotion of human rights
on a sustained basis can be
best achieved through
constructive dialogue and
cooperation. States are the
primary bearers of
responsibility in this regard;
countries often have unique
national circumstances, and
it is important to invest
trust in their efforts.
7. India has been appreciative
of the High Commissioner's
efforts at improving
efficiency and streamlining
OHCHR’s work. However,
we remain concerned at
persisting ambiguities in
OHCHR governance and
administrative
arrangements. High
Commissioner's proposed
Change Initiative requires
more clarity. A detailed
response to ACABQ's
queries in this regard would
be a good place to start.
8. Finally, allow me to renew
our commitment to extend
full cooperation to the High
Commissioner and OHCHR
for the meaningful and
productive discharge of his
mandate.
Thank you.
 

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At UN, Pakistan asks India five questions over Kashmir situation

Can India deny that the situation in Kashmir is an internationally recognized dispute on which there are number of UN resolutions?
Kashmir is now part and parcel of India including P0K and GB which was invaded by the Pak army and their lashkars in 1947 and thus in their
illegal occupation

Can India deny that the UN has expressly called for the holding of an impartial plebiscite to ascertain the wishes of the Kashmiri people?
But first Pakistan must get the fuk out of all illegally occupied territory of P0K and GB as this is what the UN Resolution clearly states, before a plebiscite can be held.


Can India deny there are over 700,000 military and para-military forces deployed in IOK, which amounts to a shocking ratio of 1 military person to 70 civilians?
Bullshit! Have the porkis physically counted the number of troops out there? Or are the lame duck Hurriyat their authority on the subject who keep bandying about shit at the drop of a hat? There are only 240,000 troops and CPOs in Kashmir.


Can India deny that since 1989 around 100,000 civilians have been killed in IOK and that there are well documented reports of mass graves – a proof of fake encounters in which indigenous Kashmiris have been killed using the false pretext of infiltration?
Again a cock and bull story conjured up by their agents like the Hurriyat. Any proof of this number? Their hallucinations are getting to be pretty bizarre.


Can India deny that in the most recent indigenous uprising in the wake of Burhan Wani’s extra-judicial killing on 8 July, over 100 Kashmiris have lost their lives, 10,000 injured and over 700 injured in their eyes due to pellet guns causing either complete or partial blindness for life time?
These SOBs must know that pellet guns are non lethal and nothing compared to the obnoxious use of force against the defenseless Baloch using air power, artillery barrages and rockets, tanks and APCs.


Can India deny that the entire valley of Kashmir is under curfew since past two months?
These Porkis just don't seem to get it, do they? Only 6 Sunni dominated districts in the Valley out of 22 in J&K are creating problems. The rest including districts in Ladakh and Jammu care a bloody damn.


In Pakistan’s second right of reply, the Indian delegation was again challenged on account of his inability to own up to the incontrovertible fact that the terrible situation in IOK flows from the nature of the Indian occupation and their unceasing oppression of the Kashmir people.
Do these assholes even know that they, not we, are in illegal occupation of part of J&K when their lashkar hordes and the Paki Army led by Brigadier (later Maj Gen) Akbar Khan invaded Kashmir in Operation GULMARG in 1947 in spite of the standstill agreement signed by them with the Brits and the Maharaja? They need to get the fuk out of these illegally occupied territories.

And what about the 5000 sq km of the Shaksgam Valley in Kashmir that the Porkis have gifted away to their masters, China?
 

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Can India deny that since 1989 around 100,000 civilians have been killed in IOK and that there are well documented reports of mass graves – a proof of fake encounters in which indigenous Kashmiris have been killed using the false pretext of infiltration?

WTF , are you counting some natural deaths and accidents also ?.Smoking Weeed or something ?

I think Pakistan weren't expecting India's recent aggression over Baloch. Now they are desperate and going berserk with Kashmir issue.

Its like small student crying and complaining the class teacher for broken pencil..:crying:

I am not politically biased but this modi-doval combo has laid good strategies to corner and destroys pakistan.
 

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UN rights chief Zeid Raad al-Hussein is a Muslim, a Jordanian Prince married to Swedish (they get born in a Muslim country and wish to marry a Christian) wonder if he will speak about apathy of Kashmiri Pandits.. How conveniently Pakistan forgets that Kashmir is not only about Muslims, there are Sikhs, Buddhists and Hindus too who will have a say.
Recently Pakis were denied a entry to UNHRC and also got thrown out of Commonwealth as well, it was a TIGHT slap and Pakis are just irked badly. :lol:

Below is a small introduction to Human Rights of Pak Army:-

Pak Army killed 3,000,000 Muslim Bangladeshis.
Pak Army raped 200,000 Bangladeshi women.
Pak Army killed 100,000 in Kashmir.
Pak Army killed 80,000+ Pakis using Planes/Tanks/Helis/Artillery during WOT , mostly civilians.
Pak Army killed 10,000's Baloch.
Pak Army supported Terrorist orgs fighting for in Khalisthan/North East India and even China.
Pak Army is slaughtering all Shias/Ahmediyas/Hazaras/Hindus/Sikhs/Christians ie. all Non-Sunni's.
Almost all terrorism acts in the WORLD are traced back to Pakistan.


List of Paki Terrorists dead.jpeg


@Neo Bhai Jaan,

What if India does not reply to your questions ? and continue to do what Indian thinks best in her interest ?

Where will Pakistan go ? even China is un willing to come to your rescue ...

China is Silent !! Iran is Silent !! USA is **** you... oh where is the Ummah brothers ??
China/Iran//Bangladesh/Afganistan are NOT silent, they all blame Pakis for spreading terrorism in their country.The worse was when Chini denied Pakis in their hotels recently.:rofl:

Muslim Ummah is giving no Chummah to Pakis, they actually throw out Pakis in lakhs out of their countries.

Below is what Muslim Ummah is interested in... it's FUNNY how Pakis cry their heart out when they see it.








This is what Pakistan will be in 2 years if it doesn't mend it's ways
This one is better... future map of Pakistan. :devious:

Pakis are gonna loooose again if they do any misadventure again.

We can have CPEC turned into CIEC which would go through India to Gwadar. :troll:

Future Map of Pakistan.jpg
 

rock127

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@Neo , jawab suna kee bas sawal pooch ke kaan band kar liye
He has reported back to his ISI masters that Hindoooos have put cold water on his threads yet again. :lol:

His party is spoiled yet again since spotlight came back at BALOCHISTAN FREEDOM STRUGGLE.
 

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Pathetic Pakis. Either start a full-fledged conventional war or shut the f*ck up.

You punk bitches should've learned by now that you aren't capable of defeating India to annex IOK, so why must you constantly bring this issue up at the UN like a bunch of desperate donkeys?
 

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