Kashmiris Praised Pakistans OIC Statement about Kashmir

LONDON: Kashmiris have praised Pakistans OIC Statement in support of the Kashmir problem at the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) 48th Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), stating That Prime Minister Imran Khan “had displayed a mirror to the Muslim bloc.”

“We have failed both the Palestinians and the citizens of Kashmir,” the prime minister said in an emotional keynote address during the meeting’s opening session.

I regret to inform you that we have been unable to make any significant influence.” Because “we are a divided house, and those powers know it,” the PM stated, Western nations “do not take the OIC seriously.”

Pakistan’s OIC Statement

President Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) In UK Raja Fahim Kayani praised the PM’s stand at the OIC meeting, saying it “showed a mirror” to Muslims on how diverging interests among OIC member nations had resulted in the Muslim country’s objectives not being met.

He insisted the top Muslim group “walk the talk on Kashmir.” “If the OIC acts, its role is important and effective.” It is the world’s second-largest multinational organisation, with 57 member countries, which means it may have a significant influence if it follows through on its objectives.

“The schism among OIC members has prompted occupying states such as India and Israel to exploit this position and solidify their colonial control over Kashmir and Palestine,” Kayani Stated.

PM Khan was “correct when he stated the OIC has failed Kashmiris,” he stated.

“Clock is running quickly, and the OIC’s unwillingness to act in accordance with international law, UN resolutions, and its own resolutions only raises doubts about the organization’s viability,” Kayani said.

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Kayani says India collects more than $34 billion in remittances from Gulf nations every year, and that the OIC should take “strategy and decisive actions” on Kashmir.

“This indicates that Gulf nations, that are all Muslim countries have a significant effect on Indians,” President Tehreek-e-Kashmir (TeK) (UK) stated. “However, these gulf countries have little idea that the profits made in their country are exploited by India against Muslims and Kashmiris.”

According to Kayani, the OIC must pay attention to such money flows because “it might be properly utilised to hold answerable for its war crimes and crimes against humanity done on Indian Muslims and Kashmiris.”

“In response to India’s occupation of Kashmir, Kayani stated that the OIC is in a “strong position to launch a motion against India at the United Nations and hold it responsible for genocidal and war crimes.”

“The battle for the rights of self in the Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIoJK) has a solid foundation.” The only thing the OIC has to do is action to liberate people from fascist Indian occupation.”

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