" Pakistan failed to enter petition for Indian Occupied Kashmir Issue in " United Nations Human Rights Council" Geneva, 2019. The deadline to enter the petition for' admission file' was 19 of September, 2019. Pakistan took an initiative of raising voice against oppression facing by million Kashmiris across the border. UNHRC was the only hope for this time. The petition failure occurred due to lack of support by other Countries (minimum 16) to support and vote for. Though, with 15 members of the organisation of Islamic cooperation (OIC) as full members of UNHRC, Pakistan had some hope. But, even after managing a joint statement on the Kashmir issue, Pakistan couldn't manage vote from Islamic countries as well."
Kashmir, the oldest dispute at the UN Agenda
The Kashmir dispute is the oldest unresolved international conflict in the world today. Pakistan considers Kashmir as its core political dispute with India. India's forcible occupation of the State of Jammu and Kashmir in 1947 is the main cause of the dispute. India claims to have ‘signed' a controversial document, the Instrument of Accession, on 26 October 1947 with the Maharaja of Kashmir, in which the Maharaja obtained India's military help against popular insurgency. The people of Kashmir and Pakistan do not accept the Indian claim. There are doubts about the very existence of the Instrument of Accession. The United Nations also does not consider Indian claim as legally valid: it recognizes Kashmir as a disputed territory. With the exception of India, the entire world community recognizes Kashmir as a disputed territory. The fact is that all the principles on the basis of which the Indian subcontinent was partitioned by the British in 1947 justify Kashmir becoming a part of Pakistan: the State had majority Muslim population, and it not only enjoyed geographical proximity with Pakistan but also had essential economic linkages with the territories constituting Pakistan.
Current situation in Occupied Kashmir
The current agitation in Indian-Held Kashmir is rooted in the struggle of the people for the exercise of the right of self-determination. Peaceful processions chanting demands for freedom were fired upon by Indian Army and police. Thousands of men, women and children have been killed or wounded.
Kashmir under lock down
The move has worsened the already-heightened tensions with neighboring Pakistan, which downgraded its diplomatic relations with India.India and Pakistan claim Kashmir in full but rule it in part. The nuclear-armed neighbors have fought two of their three wars over the disputed territory. A rebellion in Indian-administered Kashmir has been ongoing for 30 years.
Restore normal life in Kashmir: Supreme Court
India's top court said the federal government should restore normal life in Kashmir as soon as possible, as a partial shutdown of the disputed region entered its 42nd day.Some of those curbs have been relaxed, but mobile communications in the Kashmir Valley are largely still blocked, and more than a thousand people are likely to still be arrested, according to official data."We direct Jammu and Kashmir to make the very best endeavor to make sure normal life returns," Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said after a panel of three judges heard several petitions relating to Kashmir.
India arrests senior Kashmir leader
Pro-India Kashmiri politician Farooq Abdullah, 82, has been arrested under a controversial law that allows authorities to imprison someone for up to two years without charge or trial. "We have arrested him, and a committee will decide how long the arrest will be," said Muneer Khan, a top police official.The three-times chief minister of the Muslim-majority state was arrested under the Public Safety Act (PSA), under which rights activists say more than 20,000 other Kashmiris have also been held in the last 20 years.
Amnesty International has called the PSA a "lawless law", accusing India of using the law to stifle dissent and circumvent the criminal justice system.