Don't Take Kashmir issue to ICJ against India: Pak Govt's Committee Reports to Imran

13 Sep 2019 06:12 PM

Don't Take Kashmir issue to ICJ against India: Pak Govt's Committee Reports to Imran

Updated 13 Sep 2019 06:12 PM

Pakistan Law Ministry under the chairmanship of Law Minister had formed a committee to study legally how Pakistan can go to ICJ on Kashmir. Today the report has been submitted to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. Report says Pakistan has no grounds legally to go against India on Kashmir to ICJ at The Hague. Law Ministry suggests, Pakistan should take up the matter with UN instead and build consensus. 

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