PM Nawaz urges Ban Ki-moon for plebiscite in Kashmir


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Jan 9, 2012

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday met UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon on the sidelines of the 70th UNGA Session in New York, where he urged for a plebiscite in Kashmir, stressing on the need for implementation of the United Nation’s Security Council resolution in this regard.

The premier also raised the issue of tensions between Pakistan and India, including ceasefire violations on the Line of Control and the Working Boundary.

Nawaz Sharif urged the UN chief to play a role in putting to halt ceasefire violations along the LoC. He also called for the strengthening of United Nations Military Observer Group for India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP).

Ban expressed concern on tensions between Pakistan and India and offered his good offices for dialogue between the two arch rivals.

The UN chief appreciated Pakistan’s active role in the United Nations and its various bodies, particularly in peacekeeping. He lauded Pakistan's role in the fight against terrorism.

The prime minister briefed the secretary general about his domestic priorities and Pakistan's fight against terrorism.

Nawaz said Pakistan seeks to build a new relationship with Afghanistan and hopes that the reconciliation process in Afghanistan resumes soon. He said Pakistan will be ready to assist in the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan.

The UN secretary general also commended the premier for choosing a female ambassador to the UN.

The premier is currently in New York to attend the 70th United Nations General Assembly session, where his address is scheduled for Sept 30.


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Dec 18, 2013
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It's because Ban Ki Moon knows how truthful Pakis are in matters of border disputes and conflicts. :bplease:

BSF rubbishes Pakistan's wall along border claim, calls it a 'story'

Rubbishing Pakistan’s claim, the Border Security Force on Tuesday asserted that India is not constructing any wall along the border in Jammu and Kashmir and that a “story” is being cooked up by the neighbouring country to create confusion.

Days after Pakistan claimed in a complaint to the United Nation that India is building a wall along the Working Boundary, BSF Inspector General Rakesh Sharma said it was not possible to do so keeping in view the topography of the area.

“This is a story created by Pakistan. There is no wall being constructed...,” he told reporters.

It is a confusion that is being created by the Pakistani side as there is no such wall being constructed on the IB in Jammu and Kashmir,” Sharma said.

Referring to the difficult terrain, he said, “How can it be constructed and the wall as you know the topographic conditions of the border? It is just not possible to construct a wall.”

Last week, Pakistan’s Ambassador to UN Maleeha Lodhi had in a letter to United Nations Security Council President Vitaly Churkin, alleged that India was planning to construct a 10-metre high and 135-feet wide embankment (wall) along the 197-km Working Boundary between Jammu and Kashmir and Pakistan.


Maulana Rockullah
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Aug 12, 2009
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UN can ONLY laugh at whatever Pakis do.... so either it's Kashmir or Dossier on terrorism or fake SU-35 deal.

Pakis are happy to be a butt of jokes on all platforms.

BC... this Pakistan is the Biggest Terrorist and LIAR in the World. :rofl:

@Neo @Raja.pakistani @Zarvan @musalman: Arre Pakis... why don't UN listen to you? They laugh at you.

There needs a plebiscite in PoK for sure since Pakis are killing Muslims in PoK.


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