Resolution Of COLAP On Cessation Of Hostilities Between India And Pakistan

Resolution Of COLAP On Cessation Of Hostilities Between India And Pakistan

Resolution Of COLAP On Cessation Of Hostilities Between India And Pakistan

Whereas the situation on the Korean Peninsula has been the focus of the Security Council , the low intensity conflict being waged for several months by India and Pakistan across the Line of Control in the Kashmir Valley killing civilians and soldiers , disrupting normal life in the region with all signs of a wider escalation of the conflict and resort to a full scale war indicated by the belligerent rhetoric of both governments both nuclear weapon States , has largely been ignored by the United Nations Security Council and organizations such as the Shanghai Co-operation Organization, despite the fact that both governments have Observer status in this regional organization and have applied for membership .

The constant use of the conflict by both governments for internal propaganda to incite and prepare public opinion for war including the unprecedented publication of videos by both governments of military attacks on check posts along the line of actual control to incite public opinion as diversionary political moves , is in violation of the Charter of the United Nations which prohibits threats of war and resort to war ; apart from the reality that the two governments have not seriously resorted to negotiations, conciliation or arbitration despite cordial personal relations between both heads of states and the absence of any real strategic objective to be immediately achieved, with the civilian population of the region suffering as a consequence of the cross fire from both sides.

Recalling that the geopolitical hostility between the two governments has been used since the 1947 Partition of the Sub-Continent by Imperialist powers to foment an arms race in the region , and the possibility of a wider war being used for the Imperialist restructuring and fragmentation of the region , with neighboring states like Afghanistan and Iran also affected by attacks across its International frontiers; the Confederation of Lawyers of the Asia and Pacific war calls upon the government of India and Pakistan to cease hostilities and resume negotiations, as preparation for war and war bleeds our countries, hemorrhaging national revenues urgently required to uplift millions of citizens in both countries living below the poverty line .

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