December 11, 2020...4:46 am

Karachi Agreement Between India And Pakistan

For decades, the inhabitants of PoK and Gilgit-Baltistan have been highly discriminated against and persecuted because of distorted policies and agreements framed by Islamabad. According to Christopher Snedden, the agreement was very favourable to Pakistan and deprived Azad Kashmiris of considerable powers and responsibilities. [3] B. The delegations of India and Pakistan, duly authorized, concluded the following agreement: C. The ceasefire line described above is drawn on a one-inch map (if available) and then checked by local commanders on either side, with the help of UN military observers, to eliminate no man`s land. If local commanders are unable to reach an agreement, the matter is referred to the Commission`s military adviser, whose decision is final. After this verification, the military advisor will issue each high command a map marking the final ceasefire line. (a) The link between MANAWAR and the south bank of the JHELUM River at URUSA (including India) is the fine that is now defined by the actual positions on which there is an agreement between the two parties. If no agreement has yet been reached, the line is as follows: E.

In all the provisions that can be adopted under this agreement, troops remain at least 500 metres from the ceasefire line, unless the KTSHANGANGA River forms the line. Points identified as included for one party may be occupied by that party, but the other party`s troops remain at a distance of 500 meters. The Karachi agreement between India and Pakistan has established a ceasefire line that should be overseen by military observers. These observers, under the command of the military adviser, formed the nucleus of the United Nations Military Observer Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP). On 30 March 1951, after the end of the United Nations Commission on India and Pakistan (UNCIP), the Security Council decided, in Resolution 91 (1951), that UNODIP should continue to monitor the ceasefire line in Kashmir. UNMOGIP`s mission is to observe and report complaints about ceasefire violations and to submit its findings to each party and the Secretary-General. [11] The 830-kilometre ceasefire line, established in the agreement, began from the southernst point of the Chenab River in Jammu. It took place in a rough arc to the north and then northeast to the coordinate of the NJ9842 maps, about 19 km north of the Shyok River. [6] The inhabitants of PoK and Gilgit Baltistan are now calling for the immediate abolition of the agreement with all the rights that citizens have in the letter and mind.