PM: Kashmir was never a part of India and will never be a part of it

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It was Friday that Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar said that Kashmir has never been part of India and will never be part of India in the future.

“The future of Kashmiris cannot be decided by a court,” the interim premier told media persons in the Muzaffarabad district of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK).

It has been confirmed by the Indian Supreme Court that the Narendra Modi-led government has acted within its constitutional powers to abolish the semi-autonomous status of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

As a result of the ruling, it was deemed that Article 370 of the constitution, which guaranteed special status to IIOJK, was a temporary provision, declaring the occupied territory to be an integral part of the country.

As a result, the Indian CJP-led bench held that the occupied territory became an integral part of India as a consequence of Article 1 and 370 of the Constitution.

In addition, the Supreme Court also upheld the Indian government’s decision to abrogate the semi-autonomous status of the disputed region, stating that the IIOJK lacked internal sovereignty.

According to the premier, Pakistan will not accept any unilateral action regarding IIOJK, which is internationally recognized as a disputed territory.

By the UN Security Council resolutions, Prime Minister Kakar said the Jammu and Kashmir dispute can only be resolved through a plebiscite.

According to him, no Indian court or assembly has the power to determine the fate of Kashmiris.

As a result of India’s illegal and unilateral actions in IIOJK, the Kashmiri freedom struggle has been further stimulated.

It has been stated by him that the world community has not accepted the Indian position on Kashmir.

Pakistan considers the residents of IIOJK to be potential citizens.

“We will not allow their rights to be tramped upon,” he stated.

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