OIC rejects India’s new domicile law in held Kashmir


JEDDAH: The Organisation of Islamic Countries OIC has rejected the Indian government’s new domicile law in occupied Kashmir. 

In a statement, the OIC said that its human rights’ permanent independent commission had dismissed the new domicile law in occupied Kashmir.

It added that the new law is against the OIC and the Security Council’s resolutions.

The OIC’s commission urged the United Nations and international community to put pressure on India to take back the domicile law.

It also demanded of the world community to ensure implementation of the UN resolutions in the occupied Kashmir.

The commission said that the world was fighting against coronavirus pandemic while India is busy in taking illegal measures.

The OIC commission termed the India’s new law as an attempt to convert Muslim majority into minority in the valley.

Earlier, in April India had introduced the new domicile law which eligibles people from all over the country to apply for gazetted positions in occupied Kashmir.