A political dissident from Pakistan-involved Kashmir has requested the United Nations to pronounced Belt and Road Initiative ventures among China and Pakistan as unlawful.
Dr. Amjad Ayub Mirza, while making an intercession during the 45th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva likewise said that Pakistan is teaming up with China to make Gilgit-Baltistan as its fifth territory.
He stated, "Pakistan is endeavoring to illicitly make Gilgit-Baltistan her fifth area. On October 31st, 1947, Pakistan actuated an overthrow in Gilgit organization with the joint effort of British officials of Gilgit scouts and involved Gilgit Agency. By assaulting the province of Jammu Kashmir and Gilgit Agency, Pakistan has perpetrated a war of hostility, wrongdoing against harmony and unspeakable atrocity, all I wish will, in general, add up to atrocities".
"Today, we are confronted with twofold colonization of Gilgit Baltistan as China joins Pakistan added to the Repertoire and Road activity", he includes.
In his intercession, Dr. Mirza stated, "In excess of 100 common freedoms activists are mulling in penitentiaries. For every 25 individuals, Pakistan has conveyed one fighter in Gilgit Baltistan. Pretty much each and every administration official serving in Gilgit Baltistan is Pakistani".
"Our normal assets are being looted. UN goals with respect to Jammu Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan appear to have become old henceforth another methodology has become the need of great importance. Subsequently, I request that Pakistan be gone after for atrocities and that the world ought to on the whole request the withdrawal of the Pakistan Army from our territories. That all belt and street activity ventures among Pakistan and China ought to be pronounced illicit by the United Nations," he told the UN.
Dr. Mirza stated, "A reality and compromise commission ought to be set up to explore the 1990s massacre of Hindu Pandits in Kashmir submitted by Pakistan Sponsored Jihadi Terrorists in a joint effort with neighborhood Muslim church".