The government of Pakistan has decided to take the dispute on Kashmir between India and Pakistan to the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
As per the details, the development came into effect after New Delhi revoked the special status of the Indian-occupied mountainous valley by demolishing Article 370 of its constitution on August 5.
According to the media reports, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has started the preparations to call for a meeting of the human rights commission in Geneva next month. Tehmina Janjua, the former foreign secretary has been given the task in this regard.
The details further said that in the meeting, the Pakistani authorities will raise the issue of a human rights violation by India in the Indian-held Kashmir. On the other hand, the government has also started contacted the international lawyers to raise this issue in the ICJ.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi, the Foreign Minister said that the government of Pakistan has decided to take Kashmir case to the International Court of Justice (ICJ), adding that the decision was taken after considering all legal aspects.