The Committee reiterated Pakistan's commitment to political, diplomatic and moral support for the people of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir in their just and legitimate struggle for their right to self-determination, also promised to them by the unanimous resolutions of the UN Security Council.
Former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar says until our policy is not clear from such contradictions, support to Kashmiris would appear as just lip service.
He was addressing the joint session of Pakistan administrated Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly and Council in Muzaffarabad on Wednesday, reported Radio Pakistan.
He said Pakistan has taken a strict stance on recent Indian "brutalities in Kashmir", demanding of India to allow the United Nations human rights commission to investigate the human rights violations in the Valley.
Abbasi also said that "Pakistan will observe solidarity day with Kashmir on Friday".
He said Pakistan's Foreign Office and its diplomatic missions were propagating for the implementation of UNSC resolutions on Kashmir and pointed that he too highlighted the Kashmir issue in all his meetings at the United Nations and the OIC.
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The officials further added that it is the routine business that the envoys call regularly on dignitaries of the host country and this meeting was planned a week earlier.
"Kashmiri people will come out victorious in their just struggle and their sacrifices will bear fruit as India has to bow its head before the worldwide laws one day", he said adding Kashmir dispute is also a 'challenge to the conscience of global community'.
"We must not forget that the martyred Kashmiris, who are struggling for their independence are buried wrapped in Pakistani flag and we are meeting their murderers as everything is okay or nothing has happened", he also said.
Pakistan's top civilian and military brass met on Wednesday to discuss recent reign of Indian terror in Kashmir, which martyred at least 20 innocent people and wounded hundreds.
According to a press release issued here, NSC condemned the atrocities of Indian forces Held Kashmir, and observed that the use of pellet guns against protestors has blinded many of Kashmiris and has inflicted serious injuries. They said the diplomatic efforts need to be enhanced to sensitise the worldwide community about the situation in Valley.