On August 8, 2019, the Supreme Court would not accord a pressing hearing to a supplication testing the Presidential Order on Article 370 which disavowed Jammu and Kashmir’s exceptional status.
The request was recorded by Advocate M L Sharma, who revealed to HT that the Pakistan government and a few Kashmiris have said that they will move the United Nations against the choice taken by the Indian government.
On August 9, 2019, the United Nations dismissed Pakistan’s allure for intercession. As per Hindustan Times, UN boss Antonio Guterres encouraged India and Pakistan to determine this issue calmly and to work out “greatest restriction”.
He likewise featured the way that according to the Shimla Agreement rejects any outsider intervention on this issue.
“The Secretary-General additionally reviews the 1972 Agreement on two-sided relations among India and Pakistan, otherwise called the Shimla Agreement, which expresses that the last status of Jammu and Kashmir is to be settled by serene methods, as per the Charter of the United Nations,” said a representative for Gutteres.
Another report by Times Now uncovers that China additionally would not mediate in Jammu and Kashmir as Pakistan requested assistance.
“We approach Pakistan and India to determine debates through exchange and arrangement and mutually maintain provincial harmony and security,” it said.