It’s For India, Pakistan To Find Lasting Resolution In Kashmir, Says UK


    It’s For India, Pakistan To Find Long Lasting Resolution In Kashmir, States UK

    It's For India, Pakistan To Find Lasting Resolution In Kashmir, Says UK

    It’s For India, Pakistan To Find Enduring Resolution In Kashmir, Says UK. (Representational)


    The UK federal government on Wednesday restated its unchanged stance that the situation in Kashmir remains a concern for India and Pakistan to find a long lasting political resolution to the problem.

    Reacting to a debate held in your home of Parliament complex on the “Political situation in Kashmir”, Foreign, Commonwealth and Advancement Workplace (FCDO) minister Nigel Adams stressed that it is not for Britain to play any mediatory function in a bilateral matter.

    ” The federal government’s policy [on Kashmir] stays stable, it’s unchanged. We continue to think that this is for India and Pakistan to find a long lasting political resolution to the circumstance that considers the dreams of the Kashmiri individuals … as set out in the Simla Contract,” stated Adams, in his capacity as Minister for Asia.

    ” It’s not proper for the UK federal government to prescribe a solution or serve as a mediator,” he said.

    At the end of the argument held at Westminster Hall in the House of Commons, the minister made reference to the District Development Council (DDC) democratic elections kept in the region in December in 2015, which Labour Party MP Barry Gardiner mentioned drew in the complimentary and fair participation of over 50 percent of the local electorate.

    And, reacting to issues raised by cross-party MPs around the cancellation of Article 370, which resulted in the creation of Jammu and Kashmir as Union Territories in August 2019, the minister welcomed the release of political leaders kept in protective custody and reports of broadband restrictions being lifted in the area.

    ” We comprehend a few of these limitations might have been relaxed, with broadband/internet partially brought back along with some access to social media. This is welcome news, however more ought to be done …,” he said.


    The debate, organised by backbench members of Parliament led by Labour’s Sarah Owen, consisted of the participation of cross-party British MPs, numerous of whom have a large Kashmiri diaspora constituency base.

    ” The individuals of Kashmir are worthy of the chance to grow and prosper, so more broadly we invite the commitment that the Indian government has actually made to the financial and social advancement” of Kashmir, said Adams.

    India has categorically told the global community that the scrapping of Article 370 was its internal matter. It also encouraged Pakistan to accept the reality and stop all anti-India propaganda.

    The Indian High Commission in London sought to highlight that considering that in 2015, a clever wi-fi task has actually made it possible for high-speed web access in the area which despite hazards of fear attacks, challenging weather condition conditions and the Covid-19 pandemic, landmark DDC elections were concluded in December 2020.

    ” J&K has not only normalised considering that August 2019 however is in fact advancing on a positive trajectory of optimism and development in all sectors,” a High Commission fact-sheet notes.

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