KMW desk, May 30: Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has yet again come down on India telling it to stop human rights excesses in Kashmir. On Thursday, it expressed hope that would resume talks India and Pakistan will resume talks and address all the outstanding issues including Kashmir
OIC sees Kashmir as a dispute and raises it’s voice from time to time against human rights violations in the Valley.
“We are following with deep concern the bloody events against the security of the people of the Jammu and Kashmir,” said Dr Yousef bin Ahmad Al-Othaimeen, General Secretary of the OIC.
“I hope that a genuine dialogue between Pakistan and India will resume, which will be the best framework for addressing all outstanding issues, particularly the Jammu and Kashmir dispute,” said Dr Yousef bin Ahmad Al-Othaimeen said while addressing Ministerial Meeting of OIC contact group on Jammu and Kashmir on the sidelines of 14th Islamic Summit at Makkah.
“The OIC General Secretariat has continued to highlight in all its engagements in the international forums that it is necessary to ensure that India ceases to use force against innocent and defenseless civilians in Kashmir and stop its disregard for human rights laws.”