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Activities Of Federal Political Parties, Bureaucracy In GB Illegal

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KNM plans to move appellate court against Pakistani parties and bureaucracy working in GB  GILGIT:

HunzaNews, Sept 21,2014

The Karakorum National Movement (KNM) has decided to move the Supreme Appellate Court of Gilgit-Baltistan against the federalist political parties and bureaucracy for continuing their activities in the disputed territory of Gilgit-Baltistan despite having no legal authority to remain in the disputed territory the status of which is yet to be determined.

Under the Political Act of 1976, there is no justification for the federalist political parties and bureaucracy to carry out their activities and work in the disputed territory because under the UN resolutions the status of the region is to be determined through a plebiscite.

There is no political party which is registered in the disputed territory so on whose permission these offshoots of Pakistani political parties have continued their activities in Gilgit-Baltistan and taking part in the elections under the banners of the Pakistani political parties.

Ina statement, the KNM said that if the party did not get justice from the Supreme Appellate Court it would approach the International Court of Justice as a last resort because the issue of Gilgit-Baltistan is an international issue and the indigenous people have the right to knock the world court and human rights organizations against trampling of their basic rights.

The statement also said that the expected visit of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to Gilgit-Baltistan was also illegal as he was the prime minister of Pakistan not of Gilgit-Baltistan which is not part of the federal government.

The KNM said that there was no accession agreement between the people of Gilgit-Baltistan and the government of Pakistan but for the last over six decades the rulers of Pakistan have taken the people of Gilgit-Baltistan for granted. If there is any accession agreement, the Pakistani rulers and their puppets in Gilgit-Baltistan should produce it. “When we don’t want to join Pakistan, why we are being forced to do so? We have been saying that our constitutional status should be determined. We want an autonomous Gilgit-Baltistan but the Pakistani rulers have kept the people of Gilgit-Baltistan enslaved for the last over six decades without giving them their birth right of self-determination to decide about their future.”

The KNM also said that territorial areas of Gilgit-Baltistan were being merged into the KPK province of Pakistan and similar incursion into our areas had also been made in the past giving our areas to China too. It demanded that the territorial areas snatched from Gilgit-Baltistan should be given to the region back otherwise the indigenous people also know how to take it back.

The KNM also asked the so-called chief minister and his cabinet members to tell the nation which province of which country they were ruling. If they fail to reply, it means that the cat was hungry and so it was given the feed.



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