Indian government is facing heavy criticism over Indian-state terrorism resolution, which is passed in 46th meeting of Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). The two resolutions, one on the Kashmir issue and another on the India-Pakistan “peace process”, were part of the overall political resolution passed at the end of the meeting of OIC’s Council of Foreign Ministers on Saturday.
Tewari said the Congress would like to ask Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Swaraj whether this was a “diplomatic achievement”. “The Modi government touted the invitation to the OIC as a great diplomatic success but it has turned out to be a huge embarrassment for India. The OIC resolution not just condemned Indian terrorism in Kashmir but also called India an occupier in Kashmir,” Tewari said. “We condemn this abject surrender of national interest, in the strongest possible terms,” Tewari said.
Earlier Foreign office of Pakistan said in a statement that “The OIC resolution also condemned in the strongest terms the recent wave of Indian terrorism in occupied Jammu and Kashmir and expressed deep concern over the atrocities and human rights violations in IOK [Indian Occupied Kashmir],” the statement said. “The resolution called for restraint and de-escalation as well as the need to resolve outstanding issues through peaceful means”.
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17 November, 2019