Emphasizing that 5!h February is the International Day of Solidarity being marked all over the world to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir who are living under a state of siege since more than seven decades under a fierce and cruel Indian occupation,

Expressing unflinching, unwavering and unstinting commitment of the people of Pakistan with the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ) also expressing solidarity with our brothers and sisters in their historical for their freedom and rights,

Honoring the courageous and the valiant people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and paying tribute to all those men, women and children who have laid down their lives fighting for their right of self-determination over seven decades,

Reaffirming that Jammu and Kashmir remains the subject of an internationally recognized dispute that has been and continues to be on the agenda of United Nations Security Council (UNSC) since 1948,and affirmed by the subsequent relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions,

Recognizing that any political process held under the foreign occupation cannot be a substitute to the exercise of the right to self determination by the people of the Jammu and Kashmir as provided in the relevant UNSC Resolutions,

Reaffirming Pakistan’s consistent political, moral and diplomatic support to the Kashmiri people until the realization of their legitimate right to self- determination as per the relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions,

1. Condemn strongly the unilateral and illegal action of the Indian Government of August 5 and October 31, 2019 and the subsequent illegal detentions, arrests, lockdown, communications blockade, media blackout in the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir, which have brought immense sufferings to the people of Kashmir;

2. Expresses grave at the continued presence of more than 900,000 military personnel thereby turning the entire valley into a virtual open prison, and making it one of the most militarized areas of the world;

3. Condemns the past and present Indian atrocities, including detention of over 13,000 Kashmiri youth at undisclosed locations, the use of pellet guns by the Indian military against innocent civilians, and torture and humiliation of the ordinary civilians;

4. Expresses concern at the illegal detention and long incarceration of political leaders from different political parties, particularly the Kashmiri Hurriyat leaders like Yasin Malik, Shabbir Shah who was first arrested when he was 14 years old and kept behind bars on and off, presently more than 65 years of age and still in Jail, Syeda Asiya Andrabi kept behind bars for 11 years collectively, Syed Ali Gilani house arrested and Mir Waiz Umar Farooq house arrested, Dr. Qasim Faktu behind bars for 27 long years on a stretch. Masrat Alam in Jail for 19 years continuously and many such more political prisoners;

5. Strongly condemns the horrifying violence against women especially the use of rape as a weapon of war by the Indian occupation forces;

  6. Deplores the impunity accorded to the Indian occupation forces by India’s draconian laws, and the continuing restrictions on freedom of movement, and expression in the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir  constituting gross violation of fundamental rights the people of Kashmir,

7. Denounces India’s deliberate targeting of civilian populations with the intensified ceasefire violations, which has led to the death of Kashmiris across the line of control, further threatening peace and Security in the region;

8. Expresses concern also at Indian strong-arm tactics to alter the demography through ethnic cleansing in Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir in violation of the international human rights law including the 4th Geneva Convention;

9. Rejects totally the BJP Government’s belligerence and warmongering inspired by the exclusionary Hindutva ideology in utter disregard of human rights laws and threatening to destroy peace and stability in the region, and reaffirms the unshakeable resolve of the Pakistani nation to thwart any Indian aggression;

10. Welcomes the United Nation Security Council Resolutions consultations of the 16t’ August 2019 and 1S*^ January 2020 that acknowledge the internationally recognized nature of the dispute, and the gravity of the situation post August 5 and its implications for the regional peace and security;

11. Motes the Report of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) of June 2018 and July 2019 documenting extensively the grave and systematic violations of human rights in the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and endorses the call by the High Commissioner of the Human Rights Council to conduct a comprehensive independent international investigation into the alleged human rights violations In Kashmir;

12. Appreciates the role played by world leaders, statesmen and stateswomen, parliamentarians, human rights organizations, international media, and many countries, particularly China, Malaysia, Turkey and Iran in raising their voice against Indian atrocities in IOJ&K;

13. Calls upon the United Nations Security Council to enforce a peaceful settlement of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute in accordance with the relevant United Nation Security Council Resolutions;

14. Urges the Government of India to implement forthwith numerous pending United Nation Security Council Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir that call 1or a tree and impartial plebiscite conducted under the auspices of the United Nations to determine the will of the people for the final disposition (resolution) of the State of Jammu and Kashmir;

15. Demands that India immediately reverse and rescind its illegal action August 5,2019  and October 31st 2019, repeal the draconian laws such as Public Safety Act (PSA) and Armed Forces Special Powers Act /AFSPA), withdraw its occupation troops from Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir and along the LOC and immediately lift its six month long inhuman lockdown, communication blockade and media blackout;

16. Urges the United Nation Security Council Resolutions to compel India to allow Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan and call upon India to respect the UNMOGIP mandate accorded by the United Nation Security Council Resolutions;

17. Demands that India immediateJy allow access to the international human rights and humanitarian organizations and Parliamentarians of the countries affiliated with United Nations as well as the international media to the Indian Occupied Jammu & Kashmir so that they are able to assess and report the human rights situation there.

18. Calls upon OIC to immediately convene OIC special summit on Kashmir.



Syed Fakhar Imam

Mr. Ali Muhammad Khan

Minister of State for Parliamentary 4 flairs

Dr. Shireen M, Mazari Minister for Human Rights Mr. Khurram Dasatgir Xhan Dr. Nafisa Shah

Raja Pervaiz Ashraf

Mr. Amir Haider Azam Khan Syed Amin ul Haque

Mr. Asad Mahmood

Moulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali

Khwaja Muhammad Asif Mr. Jamil Ahmed  Khan Ms. Maleeka Ali Bokhari Syed Mehmood Shah Engr. Usman Khan Tarakai Ms. Sajida Begum

Mr. Kesoo Mal Xheeal Das Ms. Shunila Ruth

Members National Assembly