The Senate on Friday unanimously passed a resolution in solidarity with Kashmiris to celebrate Kashmir Solidarity Day, which will be celebrated across the country on February 5, led by Hindu senators.
“A Hindu presiding [over] the Senate session on Kashmir in Pakistan. Chairman Senate [asked] our colleague Krishna Kumari Kohli to do the honour. In connection with #KashmirSolidarityDay, it’s a strong message going out depicting [the] difference between Pakistan and Hindustan,” Senator Faisal Javed Khan said on Twitter.
In Krishna Kumari Kohli’s tweet, Kohli said it was a “great honour”.
“It is great honour [that] I chaired the Senate session called to discuss the current situation in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) on the eve of Kashmir Solidarity Day,” she said
In the PPP bill, the candidate who was elected with a reserved seat in 2018 thanked party president Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on the occasion of becoming a member of the Senate.
Kohli was the first Hindu Dalit woman to be elected to the Senate in 2018. Before becoming a senator, she was a friend of Nagarparkar city.
The resolution expresses solidarity with Kashmiris
The decision was rejected by India on August 5, 2019, calling for the repeal of all UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir and their repeal.
The decision also condemns human rights violations, war crimes and international human rights violations in India at the IOC. The resolution states that on August 5, 2019, Trump wrongfully detained or detained hundreds of innocent Kashmiris.
He warned India that the worst forms of state terrorism would not hinder the aspirations of the Kashmiri people nor harm the legitimate war.
Lawyers have demanded that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the fascist RSS be held accountable for their crimes against humanity. The resolution also called on the Indian government to stop killing the Kashmiri people through fake encounters, sieges, and searches.
He spoke in support of the US Alliance but said that maintaining some independence was important for India.
The resolution called on the international community to “pay attention to India’s atrocities, atrocities, and atrocities against the Kashmiri people, including the threat of documented genocide around the world.”
He assured the Kashmiri people that the government, people, and parliament of Pakistan would continue to fight on this issue till it was resolved in accordance with their demands and the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council.
At the end of the resolution, the Pakistan Senate reiterated its support for the Kashmiri people’s right to self-determination at all stages of their struggle for justice.
Senate Speaker Sadiq Sanjarani will send a signed copy of the resolution to world leaders and the UN Secretary-General.