A frustrated Pakistan on Tuesday attacked the UN and "powerful" countries for their refusal to intervene on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in the context of abolition of its special status, saying they have turned "deaf and dumb".
In a 115-page 'dossier' submitted to the UN Human Rights Commission (UNHRC), Pakistan also said that India has rendered separatist organization Hurriyat Conference, a proxy of Islamabad in Kashmir, as "totally irrelevant" so as to sideline it permanently.
Referring to the scrapping of special status of Jammu and Kashmir granted under Article 370 and its bifurcation, Pakistan said it constituted "material change in the situation" in Kashmir. "Pakistan does not view it as an internal matter of India," the document said.
"Ironically, international community, UN and powerful states have forgotten the golden document of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and have turned deaf and dumb towards severe human rights issues" in Jammu and Kashmir, the dossier says.
Pakistan's attack on the UN and "powerful" reflects its frustration as it has faced rebuff from most of the countries to its attempts to rope in third-party intervention to make India revoke its decision of August 7.
It virtually pleaded with countries like the US and Russia and tried to get support from the Gulf nations by using the Muslim card, but without any success. Pakistan has even tried to blackmail the world community with threats of war with India and by saying that it would not be able to help in international war against terrorism in Afghanistan.
However, all nations maintained that they would not like to get involved, with most saying that it is India's internal matter and some others saying that any issue over Jammu and Kashmir should be resolved bilaterally by India and Pakistan.
The biggest shocker for Pakistan was the attitude of the Gulf countries and the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC), which have not fallen for Pakistan's bait. To add insult to Pakistan's injury, United Arab Emirates (UAE), a major Islamic nation, instead of being critical of India, honoured Prime Minister Narendra Modi with ï¿½Order of Zayed', the highest civil decoration of the country about two weeks back. Similarly, Bahrain also honoured Modi with its highest civilian award.
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