Govt. of India urged to lodge a strong report against Pakistan violation of LoC

Prof. Bhim Singh
Prof. Bhim Singh

Jammu 14th June 2020: An urgent meeting of the Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party was held yesterday at its Headquarters in Jammu, J&K urging the President of India for his urgent intervention to call the Govt. of India to file an urgent complaint against Pakistan for attacking the innocent people on the LoC from Poonch to Hirinagar (Kathua) in J&K.

The Panthers Party in its resolution strongly condemned the violation of United Nations resolution where the ceasefire was ordered and even the United Nations appointed Observers to watch that ceasefire is observed.

Prof. Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of J&K National Panthers Party presided over the meeting proposed a resolution which was carried in one voice urging the President of India to direct the Govt. of India to lodge a complaint against Pakistan for violating ceasefire along LoC. The United Nations in its resolution had directed both Indian and Pakistan to observe ceasefire and even appointed its Observers along the ceasefire.

The Panthers Party expressed sympathy with the suffering people along LoC from Poonch to Hiranagar and urged the Govt. of India to take up this issue before United Nations as Pakistan has been violating the ceasefire for several days.

The Poonch District Working Committee in its urgent meeting has urged the Govt. of India to provide them appropriate shelter/safe ground where they could afford to survive with their families.

          Mr. Kuldeep Sharma, General Secretary District Panthers Party Poonch conveyed to the Panthers Party office in Jammu about the miserable plight of the residents of those residing on the LoC and conveyed that there is no individual/political party or administration to save the people along LoC in Poonch Sector.

The Panthers Party expressed surprise on the silence of Indian Government that the Govt. has not cared/bothered to knock the doors of the Security Council/UNO seeking an urgent intervention of the Security Council to take appropriate action to observe ceasefire ordered by United Nations since 1950.