Bookcover of UN Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir: A Succinct Analysis
Booktitle:

UN Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir: A Succinct Analysis

Dictus Publishing (2017-10-10 )

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ISBN-13:

978-620-2-47907-3

ISBN-10:
6202479078
EAN:
9786202479073
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
The entire native Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K), as it existed in British India, acceded (in October 1947) to the succeeding Union of India (post-partitioned India). Therefore, Pakistan invaded India with the aim of acquiring the ‘Jammu and Kashmir’ area (including the strategically significant Indian territory of Gilgit, Baltistan and Ladakh – which are situated in J&K) by aggression. The invasion was met with stiff resistance. The Pakistani marauders and troops (though large in number) were no match for the Indian Jawans. The brave Maharaja – His Highness General Sir Hari Singh - refused to leave his State, even when urged on in the interest of his own safety and that of his family. He commended his defense forces as well as civilian population (Hindu and Muslim) for actively participating in fighting the Pakistani invaders. India complained to the UNO regarding this illegal invasion, whereby Pakistan violated the UN Charter and all rules of civilized nations. The UN passed several resolutions directing Pakistan to vacate its troops, but to no avail. This book explains all the resolutions passed in this matter, which the UN termed as "The India-Pakistan Question".
Publishing house:
Dictus Publishing
Website:
https://www.dictus-publishing.eu
By (author) :
Pradeep Kumar Sharma
Number of pages:
152
Published on:
2017-10-10
Stock:
Available
Category:
Foreign and International law
Price:
25.80 €
Keywords:
India, United Nations Organization, Resolutions, Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan.

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