"The OIC reiterates its call upon the global community to rise up to its responsibility for the peaceful resolution of Jammu and Kashmir dispute", the statement further added.
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Last week authorities also ordered tourists and Hindu pilgrims to leave, citing a "terror threat" against an annual pilgrimage to a major shrine.
New Delhi denied the allegations.
It was in the early hours of Monday that two former chief ministers of Indian-administered Kashmir, Omar Abdullah and Mehbooba Mufti, were placed under house arrest. "President Trump offered to mediate on Kashmir".
India immediately denied that Modi had made any such statement and said that Kashmir would be dealt with bilaterally by India and Pakistan.
The Northern Command of the Army had also issued a statement saying, "Around 5-7 Pakistani army regulars or terrorists have been eliminated and their bodies are lying on the Line of Control and have not been retrieved yet due to heavy firing".
Many residents told Al Jazeera that after the advisories were issued, they lost interest in the festivity and were instead working on stockpiling essential rations and fuel.
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Police Commissioner James O'Neill will review the final report and decide if he'll follow Maldonado's recommendation or not. The delay was due to the city's desire to avoid interfering in the ongoing federal civil rights investigation.
Prime Minister Khan said that India is totally disregarding worldwide obligations and the country's "arrogance will only result in heightening the conflict dynamics in the region". Kashmir, a region known for lush green valleys, lakes, meadows and dense forested mountains, has become notorious for security lockdowns and crackdowns.
The situation has been aggravated as some regional leaders have expressed fears that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government may try to withdraw decades-old special rights conferred on the state, including an amendment to the Indian constitution that prevents people from outside the state from buying property there.
India brushed off the claims, accusing Pakistan of a propaganda war. "In turn, India is mounting pressure on Pakistan by building up tensions in Kashmir through militaristic approaches inside Kashmir as well as along the frontier".
A statement by Jammu and Kashmir state governor Satya Pal Malik that "everything is normal" in the region has not convinced the public.
The ISPR claimed the purported use of cluster munitions by India was in "violation of Geneva Convention and worldwide humanitarian law".
Hundreds of Indian students from outside Kashmir were evacuated in buses. The ISPR also alleged that it was an Indian effort to divert world attention from increased atrocities in Kashmir.
Pakistan army has not responded to the Indian Army's offer to take back the bodies of those killed in the foiled BAT (Border Action Team) operation in the Keran sector along the Line of Control in Kashmir, even as intermittent cross-border firing duels continued on Sunday.
Mughal reported from Muzaffarabad, Pakistan.