NPP Supremo challenges UN Secy-Gen. statement on Kashmir asks UN to enforce UN Resolution first

Prof.Bhim Singh, Chief Patron of National Panthers Party and an expert on J&K Affairs vis-à-vis Resolutions of UN on J&K strongly condemned the UN Secretary-General, Mr. Antonio Guterres on his highly irresponsible, undesirable and unacceptable proposition vis-à-vis a state in the Union of India, Jammu and Kashmir where he proposed a dialogue between India and Pakistan to resolve the so-called ‘Kashmir Issue’.

Prof.Bhim Singh wondered how Prime Minister could start a dialogue in camouflage keeping the entire Parliament and his own party MPs in dark. Prof.Bhim Singh questioned the Prime Minister of India to let the nation know what kind of dialogue he had with  Mr. Antonio Guterres, the Secretary General of UN and what necessitated such a dialogue with the Secretary-General of the United Nations by keeping the Parliament of India in the dark. It is revealing that UN Secretary-General admitted from the floors of the United Nations in New York that he had been meeting Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister, Mr. Nawaz Sharief. The UN Secretary-General admitted,

“Why do you think I met three times the Prime Minister of Pakistan (Nawaz Sharief) and two times Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. For someone accused of doing nothing, it is quite a number of meetings,”

Guterres said with laughter here (United Nations), responding to a question whether he is engaged in bringing about a dialogue between India and Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir dispute.

NPP Supremo questioned the credibility of this kind of dialogue which Prime Minister of India has initiated with UN Secretary-General on the so-called ‘Kashmir Problem’.  Prof.Bhim Singh also expressed surprise that Press Trust of India, an Indian news agency has tried to over lap the issue by adding and an unwanted tag in the story which was released from New York, UN Headquarters last evening.

          Prof.Bhim Singh challenged Prime Minister Modi to prove his commitment to the people of India by initiating a constitutional process to amend temporary provision of Article 370 without delay which is a cause for all problems vis-à-vis J&K.