Jeddah: The Islamic Cooperation Organization rejects Indian law on changing the proportion of population in occupied Kashmir.
A statement issued by the OIC General Secretariat expressed reservations over the Jammu and Kashmir Reorganization Order 2020 and rejected efforts to change the proportion of the population in occupied Kashmir, saying that the new domicile law.
The introduction of the UN will further complicate the deteriorating situation in the disputed area.
The OIC says the situation has been worse since the August 5, 2019 unilateral move to end the region’s special status in the constitution, with the Islamic Cooperation Organization rejecting any illegal attempts to change the proportion of the population in the region.
In the context of the decisions of the OIC meeting and the resolutions of the Foreign Councils, the Secretary General unites with the people of Jammu and Kashmir and renews the demand for the international community to resolve the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in accordance with UN resolutions.