The Chairman of PML-N, Raja Zafar-ul-Haq has said that Pakistan should take up the Kashmir dispute in the General Assembly session of the United Nations and expose the massive human rights violations in occupied Kashmir by the authorities. Addressing a news conference at the partys secretariat here in Islamabad on Monday, he said that the Kashmir dispute is pending on the UN agenda and the Secretary General of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC) should take solid steps for resolution of the dispute in accordance with Kashmiris aspirations. Accompanied by party leaders, Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, Anjum Aqeel Khan and Siddiqul Farooq, Sardar Abdul Khaliq Wasi and Malik Shuja, he said that the General Assembly of the Untied Nations meet every year in September and the member of the member states present their viewpoint on important problems. He appealed the 57 Muslim countries to raise voice for implementation o the UN resolutions on Kashmir and take steps for amicable and peaceful settlement of Kashmir dispute. The PML-N leader said that the late prime minister of India, Rajive Gandhi, while addressing a press conference inside the United Nations in 1989, had admitted that India is stick to its promises on Kashmir. He said that the United Nations should not consider Indias plea for becoming permanent member of the UN Security Council for violating the UN resolutions on Kashmir and state terrorism in the occupied territory. Raja Zafar-ul-Haq said that Pakistan should bring the 'do more demand in war against terror and review the Pak-US relation in the parliament. He said that like Pakistan, the United States had also put pressure on Turkey but it did to surrender to the US but brought the matter into the parliament and took the people of the country into confidence. He said that Pakistan is facing more losses as compared to Afghanistan. He said that despite the losses, the United States is not happy with the performance of Pakistan and time and again demand 'do more and do more. The PML-N leader also demanded of the Chief Election Commissioner of Azad Jammu and Kashmir to ensure free and transparent bye-polls. He said that the federal government is putting pressure on the AJK officials for rigging in the bye-elections, adding that it would also negatively affect the liberation movement in occupied Kashmir.