In accordance with the law of India and international law, the Government of India has abolished the independence and privileges of Jammu and Kashmir “in violation of human rights to representation and participation.” The House Committee (ICJ) did.
The Parliament of India this week approved the idea of an Indian-led government that had stripped Jammu and Kashmir of their citizenship and divided the area into two coalition districts.
These laws were enacted in accordance with the Presidential decree which recognizes certain political rights as well as the right to occupy the territories and its people by repealing section 370 of the Constitution of India.
This change will also increase the ban on non-citizens buying land in Kashmir, and pave the way for the sale and settlement of foreign nationals. For a long time, Muslims in the region have been concerned that these measures will change the population, culture, and life of Kashmir.
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Unlimited closures have left 7 million residents in the area and had no idea about the changes. Critics have compared Kashmir’s new preparations to the West Bank or Tibet, where residents – armed or civilians – live in shelters.
“The Government of India has instituted these reforms in violation of domestic and international law, as well as restricting the right to freedom of expression, assembly and movement, and the proliferation of illegal activists,” said the International Court of Justice. Secretary-General Sam Zarifi said in a statement.
“The steps taken by the Government of India to ratify Article 370 will be tried before Indian judges, which should take special care in violation of copyright laws and legal procedures,” Zarifi said. “All eyes are now on the Supreme Court of India to fulfill its duties in protecting the rights of the people of Jammu and Kashmir and the Constitution of India.”
The process of reclaiming the special status and independence of Jammu and Kashmir seems to be inconsistent with the decisions and opinions of the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of India, which stated that the President of India wants the approval of the Jammu and Kashmiri government. Change their roles and read what the international security agencies do.
Zarifi pointed out that the Government of India was speeding up the process by changing it when Jammu and Kashmir were directly ruled by the central government and the state Parliament was abolished.
The statement also refers to a report by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Kashmir, which oversees severe human rights violations – including unlawful killings, executions, and torture – and Indian security forces are at large.
The report revealed that in both reports, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights urged the Government of India “to fully respect the rights of the Kashmiri people to position themselves to be protected by international law.”
“The International Court of Justice has upheld the legal action taken in Jammu and Kashmir and called on the Government of India to fully comply with the recommendations of the UN police,” he said.