UNCIPUnited Nations Commission for India and Pakistan
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Under auspices of the United Nations, the UNCIP took several initiatives to mediate between Pakistan and India.
We must be free to maintain garrisons at selected points in this area for the dual purpose of preventing the incursion of tribesmen, who obey no authority and to guard the main trade routes from the state into Central Asia." (Report of UNCIP, 1948).
However, UNCIP in a resolution on August 13 that year clearly stated that the Pakistan government "agrees to withdraw its troops from that state" and "endeavour to secure the withdrawal" tribesmen and Pakistanis "who have entered the state for the purpose of fighting."
He also stated that the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was in violation of the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP) resolutions as well as international law.
The UNSC Resolution 47, passed on April 21, 1948 had established UNCIP to resolve the Kashmir conflict through mediation, initially ensuring cessation of fighting and later arranging a plebiscite.
While paying rich tributes to the martyred leader and his dedication for the cause of Kashmir, he said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir had rendered great sacrifices of life, honour and property during the last 27 years and both men and women were equally playing their role and urging on the world community to facilitate a peaceful and durable solution of the Kashmir dispute in line with the UNCIP resolutions.
The world body appointed a five member United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP) comprising Czechoslovakia, Argentina, Belgium, Colombia, and the United States.
When asked about Islamabad\'s role under the UNCIP resolutions to ensure good governance in AJK, he pointed out that similar responsibility was placed on the central government under Article 258 of the Constitution of Pakistan.
According to UNCIP resolution, the status of Azad Jammu and Kashmir is of a local authority and the administration of this area is entrusted to Pakistan until the region exercises right of self-determination under the UN resolutions.
A former Czechoslovak diplomat, Josef Korbel, was the first chairman of the established (1948) UN Commission for india and Pakistan (UnCiP), which helped to cease the conflict in Kashmir and create the Line of Control.
Sources in Gilgit-Baltistan indicate that large tracts of land continue to be allotted to Afghan refugees and Pashtuns from the KP, violating the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP) resolutions and the Jammu and Kashmir State Subject Rule, and outsiders have also purchased vast landholdings.
Having taken note of the developments in J&K, the United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan UNCIP submitted a draft resolution [36] consisting of three parts to the council on 13 August 1948.