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JKCHR cautions India for enforcing demographic changes in Kashmir

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May 11, 2016 Islamabad: Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights (JKCHR) has cautioned both Indian and state governments to refrain from carrying out secret plans to disturb the Muslim majority status of Indian occupied Kashmir, says a press release.
Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani secretary general JKCHR has said that Governor N K Vora has abused the trust and violated the dignity of his oath by pushing through and approving in April 2015, a plan to acquire land in the disputed state to settle non-state subject retired military personnel and their families in the districts of Srinagar and Budgam on a fast track basis.
JKCHR secretary general cautioned new Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti that she should investigate the department working directly under her, which has asked for a status report from the deputy commissioners of Srinagar and Budgam just a week after she took over her office. Dr. Nazir Gilani has said that the decision taken under the chairmanship of Governor who is head of Rajya Sainik Board (RSB) for the establishment of a Sainik Colony in Srinagar, close to the old airport on fast track basis smacks of mala fides and violates UN resolutions on Kashmir and the State Subject law.
Dr. Nazir Gilani has questioned the intentions of the Government of India, using its agent, the Governor in Kashmir, to seek land acquisition to settle retired military personnel in a designated Sainik Colony and create separate colonies for refugees from West Pakistan, non-State Subject Indian students studying in Kashmir, settling white collar non-locals serving in Kashmir, separate shelters for non-state beggars and a separate colony for Kashmiri Pandits.
JKCHR secretary general has said that India seems hell bent to parachute a mini India into Kashmir and the move needs to be highlighted at the United Nations. Dr. Nazir Gilani has said that Srinagar Government is under the caution of the United Nations that it is no representative and elected from only a part of the state territory. It has also been advised that it should refrain from taking any step or action that would violate the UN mechanism on the conduct of a free and fair referendum in the state under the supervision of the UN.
Dr. Nazir Gilani has asked all politicians in Kashmir and every state subject living in India, Pakistan or any part of the world to take a serious note of Indian plans to induct non-state subjects into Kashmir and change its demographic behaviour. It is a sinister move and the mater needs to be highlighted at the United Nations and if need be a ruling needs to be sought from the International Court of Justice

JKCHR cautions India for enforcing demographic changes in KashmirMay 11, 2016Print : Islamabad250Islamabad
Jammu and Kashmir Council for Human Rights (JKCHR) has cautioned both Indian and state governments to refrain from carrying out secret plans to disturb the Muslim majority status of Indian occupied Kashmir, says a press release.

Dr. Syed Nazir Gilani secretary general JKCHR has said that Governor N K Vora has abused the trust and violated the dignity of his oath by pushing through and approving in April 2015, a plan to acquire land in the disputed state to settle non-state subject retired military personnel and their families in the districts of Srinagar and Budgam on a fast track basis.
JKCHR secretary general cautioned new Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti that she should investigate the department working directly under her, which has asked for a status report from the deputy commissioners of Srinagar and Budgam just a week after she took over her office. Dr. Nazir Gilani has said that the decision taken under the chairmanship of Governor who is head of Rajya Sainik Board (RSB) for the establishment of a Sainik Colony in Srinagar, close to the old airport on fast track basis smacks of mala fides and violates UN resolutions on Kashmir and the State Subject law.

Dr. Nazir Gilani has questioned the intentions of the Government of India, using its agent, the Governor in Kashmir, to seek land acquisition to settle retired military personnel in a designated Sainik Colony and create separate colonies for refugees from West Pakistan, non-State Subject Indian students studying in Kashmir, settling white collar non-locals serving in Kashmir, separate shelters for non-state beggars and a separate colony for Kashmiri Pandits.

JKCHR secretary general has said that India seems hell bent to parachute a mini India into Kashmir and the move needs to be highlighted at the United Nations. Dr. Nazir Gilani has said that Srinagar Government is under the caution of the United Nations that it is no representative and elected from only a part of the state territory. It has also been advised that it should refrain from taking any step or action that would violate the UN mechanism on the conduct of a free and fair referendum in the state under the supervision of the UN.

Dr. Nazir Gilani has asked all politicians in Kashmir and every state subject living in India, Pakistan or any part of the world to take a serious note of Indian plans to induct non-state subjects into Kashmir and change its demographic behaviour. It is a sinister move and the mater needs to be highlighted at the United Nations and if need be a ruling needs to be sought from the International Court of Justice

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