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OIC voices considerations over use of cluster munitions by Indian forces

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The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Sunday voiced considerations over deteriorating scenario within the Indian-occupied Kashmir together with using banned cluster munitions by Indian forces on unarmed civilians throughout the Line of Control and the deployment of further paramilitary forces.

The assertion comes hours after Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi urged the discussion board to take discover of New Delhi’s rising brutality towards the residents of the occupied valley.

“The Basic Secretariat of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation  is deeply involved concerning the deteriorating scenario within the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir,” learn an official assertion.

The assertion added that the overall secretariat is saddened to study concerning the civilian casualties ensuing from ceasefire violations carried out by the Indian forces throughout the Line of Management and expressed solidarity with the folks of IoK.

“The OIC reiterates its name upon the worldwide neighborhood to rise as much as its duty for the peaceable decision of Jammu and Kashmir dispute,” the assertion additional added.

The physique of Muslim international locations additionally urged to resolve the dispute by the democratic technique of a free and neutral plebiscite in accordance with related UN Safety Council resolutions and aspirations of the folks of Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

Inter-Companies Public Relations (ISPR), the Pakistan Military’s media wing, had stated on Saturday that the Indian troops used cluster munitions alongside the Line of Management to focus on the civilian inhabitants in blatant violation of the Geneva Conference and worldwide legal guidelines.

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