China strongly opposes Indian accession of Kashmir
Indian action of 5th of August 2019, revoking the UNSC resolutions, Simla Agreements and Indian Constitution itself too. India is a violation UN Charter and all civic norms of the civilized world. Indian atrocities are not acceptable by any nation is the world and condemned seriously.
On the 30th of October, India divided Indian Occupied Kashmir into Jammu and Kashmir as two separate regions of state union territories. Which is again a serious violation, as. Kashmir is a disputed region and India cannot take unilateral action.
Chinese spokesman, from Ministry of foreign affairs, in a response to a question, expressed severe concerns:
Q: The Indian government today established the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and the Union Territory of Ladakh following the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Act, 2019. Lieutenant governors for the two UTs were sworn in respectively in Srinagar and Leh. I wonder if China has any comments?
A: “The Indian government officially announced the establishment of the so-called "Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir" and "Union Territory of Ladakh", placing part of Chinese territory under Indian administration. China deplores and firmly opposes this. India is challenging China's sovereign rights and interests by unilaterally revising domestic law and administrative division. This is illegal, null and void. It will neither change the fact that the relevant region is under China's actual control nor produce any effect.
We urge India to respect China's territorial sovereignty, abide by bilateral agreements, and safeguard the peace and tranquility in the border region with concrete actions to create conditions for a proper settlement of the border issue with China.
China's position on the issue of Kashmir is consistent and clear. It is a dispute left over from history and should be resolved properly and peacefully in accordance with the UN Charter, relevant Security Council Resolutions and bilateral agreements. Parties to the issue should resolve disputes through dialogue and consultation to maintain peace and stability in the region”.
Kashmir is a disputed territory between China, Pakistan, and India. The area under control with India is known as Indian Occupied Kashmir and the part under Pakistan’s control is called Azad Kashmir, and Aksai Chin is the area with China.
UNSC passed resolutions on Kashmir in 1948 for a plebiscite, giving the right of self-determination o people of Kashmir. But India, using one or other lamb excuses to delay in implementation of UNSC resolutions. 7 decades passed, but people of Kashmir were not given the right of self-determination by India. Instead, India used all dirty tricks to suppress the people of Kashmir, by using excessive force, political tools, economic tools, and etc. India has crossed all records of human rights violations in Kashmir, Human Rights organizations reported.
India has been trying to change the demography of Kashmir by the inhabitation of Hindus from other parts of India into Kashmir. Indian atrocities were protested worldwide and the International community has condemned the brutal action by the Indian Government in Kashmir.
India is involved in ethnic cleansing and genocide in Kashmir. Which is considered war-crimes according to the Geneva Convention and Rome Conventions? There exist clear signs of the Holocaust.
Pakistan and China share identical views on the Kashmir issue and respect the UN charter and asks for implementations of UNSC resolutions in its original spirit and stand with the people of Kashmir in their struggle for their right of self-determination, given by UNSC. We may continue to extend moral, political and humanitarian support to the people of Kashmir.
It is hoped that India may respect the UN Charter, UNSC resolutions and Regional agreements. Regional peace and security are important for the stability of the region and the economic uplift of the whole region. India may think rationally and join hands in socio-economic development and struggle in the eradication of poverty.
Author: Prof. Engr. Zamir Ahmed Awan, Sinologist, ex-Diplomate, Academician, Researcher, Peace-activist, Geo-analyst, Non-Resident Fellow of CCG (Center for China and Globalization), Islamabad, Pakistan. E-mail: email@example.com)
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