ISLAMABD Pakistan on Wednesday made it loud and clear that it was deeply concerned with regard to the US decision to support India for getting permanent seat in the UN Security Council. The Cabinet expressed its serious concern and strong disappointment over the decision of the United States to support a permanent seat for India on the UN Security Council, Foreign Office stated on Wednesday. According to a statement issued by Foreign Office following a meeting of the Federal Cabinet, the US decision (to support India for permanent seat in the UN) has grave ramifications for the direction and prospects of the system of multilateral cooperation as envisaged by the founding father of UN Charter. It is incomprehensible that the US has sought to support India, whose credentials with respect to observing UN Charter principles and international law are at best checkered, it was noted in the statement. According to a press note which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued for media, the Cabinet believed that 'US support for India is most explicitly illustrated by Indias disregard of Security Council Resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir and gross and systematic violations of the fundamental human rights of the Kashmiri people. The future of the UN and of succeeding generations cannot and must not be premised on considerations of power politics, politics of expediency, bereft of morals and ideals, which must be the guiding spirit for an enlightened international order, it said Pakistan supports a principled process of reform of the Security Council, however, it has always stressed upon the major players of world to ensure that process should be based on respect for the cardinal principles of UN Charter including the principle of sovereign equality of states. According to details, Federal Cabinet passed a resolution on Wednesday stating that US decision to support Indian bid for permanent seat in the UNSC has grave ramifications for the direction and prospects of the system of multilateral cooperation as envisaged by the founding father of UN Charter.