SRINAGAR: Posters pleading with the United Nations to resolve the Kashmir dispute in accordance with its resolution of January 5, 1949, have appeared in Srinagar and other locations in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
The posters were displayed in Srinagar and other locations by pro-freedom organizations, such as the Jammu and Kashmir Democratic Movement and the Jammu and Kashmir Political Resistance Movement, according to Kashmir Media Service. The posters pleaded with the United Nations to take note of the violation of the Kashmiri people’s right to self-determination, which was recognized by a UN Security Council resolution on January 5, 1949.
The posters were also seen on Facebook and Twitter, among other social media platforms.
A resolution supporting the Kashmiris’ right to participate in a UN-sponsored plebiscite to decide their own future was approved by the UNSC on January 5, 1949. The posters urged the United Nations to act on its relevant resolutions in order to resolve the lingering Kashmir dispute.
The posters, which featured images of Hurriyat leaders who had been illegally detained, reminded the United Nations that it must implement its relevant resolutions to settle the dispute. These leaders included All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) Chairman Maasrat Alam Butt, Shabbir Ahmed Shah, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Muhammad Yasin Malik, Mushtaq-ul-Islam, Aasiya Andrabi, and Dr. Hameed Fay
The banners called upon the World Body to respect its responsibilities made a long time back and said that the Right to Self-Assurance Day was a suggestion to the worldwide local area that it couldn’t avoid its liability towards the Kashmiri public.
According to the posters, the violation of the right to self-determination violates human freedom, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and human rights covenants. The right to self-determination was an essential component of human dignity.