Rehman Malik urges PM to take Kashmir to UN, ICC
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Pakistan People's Party (PPP) senior leader Rehman Malik on Tuesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to take the Kashmir case to the United Nations and International Criminal Court (ICC).
During a press conference, he made public the letter that read: “I am obliged to write to you and remind, that you had undertaken to be the Ambassador of Kashmir for raising voice against unprecedented human rights violations by Indian forces and to effectively highlight the Kashmir cause.
He continued: "You (Prime Minister) had also made a clarion promise to send delegations worldwide for highlighting and exposing the atrocities, brutalities and crime against humanity being crafted and engineered with self-bestowed impunity by Indian PM in collaboration with his Interior Minister Amit Shah, who has so far managed to scrape the special status of Kashmir.
He added that Indian PM Narendra Modi is carrying out engineered forced disappearance and abduction of more than five thousands Kashmiri youth, without any justification. The PPP leader said he was deeply concerned that none of the above issues has been effectively taken to the UN and the international court.