ISLAMABAD - Chairman Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir, Maulana Fazlur Rahman, Monday asked the United Nations to ensure implementation of its resolution on Kashmiris' right to self-determination. He also urged the United Nations to move its machinery for implementing its solemn resolutions on longstanding and unresolved issue of Kashmir, according to statement. The Chairman Kashmir Committee said that India, which had defied the resolutions of the UN Security Council, desired to become its permanent member. "It is not only a joke but also an insult to this august body, as India doesn't simply qualify to hold an important position of the body, whose resolutions or orders has been disobeyed by it." He said and added, "Therefore I have called upon the UN to close its doors for India until it obeys its resolutions." He said that Kashmiris had been subjected to slavery by India and their land was occupied by the Indian forces against their wishes. "Therefore, the Occupied Kashmir is a fit case of this resolution. It is a good omen that the United Nations passed the resolutions for just causes, but it is equally important that the world body should also move its machinery for implementing those pledges," he added. Fazl said that quite a few resolutions were passed by the august forum in favour of Kashmiris' right to self-determination over half a century ago. "However, these resolutions could not be implemented yet. The adoption of new resolution would reinvigorate the cause of Kashmiris. Therefore, the world body should dust off its resolutions on Kashmir and hold plebiscite in the State of Jammu and Kashmir as early as possible," he remarked. Fazlur Rahman also called upon the Indian civil society to compel its government to give the right of self-determination to the Kashmiris. He said that it was mockery of democracy that the so-called biggest democracy of the world was not giving this fundamental right to the Kashmiris. He observed that same voices were now emanating within India in support of the Kashmiris. "Many Indian intellectuals and politicians are now speaking in support of the Kashmiris' right to self-determination, Fazl said.