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Subject: Humane-Rights-Agenda Indo-Pak agreements cannot overtake UN observers' role: Geelani [1 Attachment]

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Indo-Pak agreements cannot overtake UN observers' role: Geelani

"No one can deny importance of their deployment in Kashmir"
Srinagar, Jan. 23: Terming the relevance and the presence of UN military observers in Kashmir of vital importance, Hurriyat Conference (G) Chairman, Syed Ali Geelani said that 'Kashmiri's as a party were not included in Shimla Agreement and thus the said agreement has not over taken the role of UN observers'. He questioned India's right to raise the issue of legality of UN observers as 'it was India that submitted the case in United Nations'.
Wedensday in a statement from Delhi ,Syed Ali Geelani said: "Though United Nation has not played an  impressive and allocated role and exhibited negligence ,yet  no power on earth can deny the importance of  deployment of its observers in Jammu and  Kashmir. Their presence stands a  logic and clear proof that Kashmir is in no way  a part of India. It is disputed in nature and the resolution with regards to its future political destiny is yet to be resolved".
Geelani, while referring to the bilateral agreements between India and Pakistan, said that since 1947 the two nations signed the agreements and resolved to settle the issue but in absence of the prime party no positive results were yielded. "These agreements had proved that presence of UN observers has not lost its importance. India as an appellant had requested the UN intervention and it would be unjustified and a sort of disregard to impress its demand for the withdrawal of the UN troops from the disputed territory", said Syed Ali Geelani adding "It does not suit a  nation to disassociate and show indifference to  international agreements which once it has endorsed".
Syed Ali Geelani while referring the history said, Jammu and Kashmir was a sovereign state till 1947 and "India with its aggressive policy and invasion by its forces occupied the state". "India sought the intervention of United Nations and even the 18 resolutions it agreed upon in UN stand testimony for resolution of Kashmir dispute".
Syed Ali Geelani said that the resolutions observed and accorded in United Nations provide a moral and constitutional support to Kashmir cause.
Referring to Omer Abdullah's statement on the issue, Syed Ali Geelani made it clear that he has no role to intervene in the matter. "It is better for him to confine himself to administration only. In order to appease the masters in Delhi Omer Abdullah issued a statement to seek blessings and stop Mufti Syed and Saif Din Soze for their role in Kashmir politics", he added.
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