UN seeks Hurriyat intervention as India asks observer mission to vacate

Jul 12th, 2014 | By | Category: New, World

United Nations: The United Nations has sought intervention of the Kashmir separatists to prevent India from asking it to vacate its United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) office in New Delhi.

The UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon appealed Kashmir leaders including Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, and Yasin Malik to save the international organisation from public disgrace.

“We have always been listening to your appeals and requests of intervention, but now it is our time to appeal for your intervention. The brutal government of India has thrown us out of New Delhi office, exposing our status and the power we wield,” Moon said in a statement.

unmogipNew Delhi sees the UNMOGIP as an insignificant and useless mission.

Moon wants separatist leadership to call for a general strike to shame and defame the Indian government.

“We hope you will not turn a blind eye to our state of affairs, like we have been turning to yours,” Moon said. “It would be a matter of satisfaction if you could call for a general strike to slam India’s arrogance.”

Moon also urged upon the Kashmiris to help secure the future of 40 military observers, 23 international civilian personnel and 45 local civilian staff associated with the mission.

“If the New Delhi office will get closed, it would threaten the livelihood of over 100 employees associated with mission and hence would push their families to poverty,” Moon said.


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