The CRS in its second report on Kashmir in less than six months also said that Pakistan's ability to alter the status quo through military action has been reduced in years.
In an interview with DW, Khan said that there has been a "lukewarm response" to the Kashmir issue and said that "commercial interests are more important for the Western countries".
China, Pakistan's 'all-weather ally', on Wednesday made the fresh pitch to raise the Kashmir issue under 'other matters' during a closed meeting in the UN Security Council Consultations Room.
India also slammed Pakistan for trying to internationalise the Kashmir issue with the help of China, saying Islamabad's 'desperate' measures to 'peddle' baseless allegations lacked credibility.
French diplomatic sources said France has noted the request of a UNSC member to raise the Kashmir issue once again in the powerful body and it is going to oppose it like it did on a previous occasion.
The French government had earlier said that France was closely following the situation in Kashmir.
The UT administration, headed by Lieutenant Governor Marmu, is weighing options to release most of them before the end of January.
The state-run broadcaster said that temporary arrangements have been made to continue live streaming of the news bulletins on YouTube.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan who is on a day-long visit to Pakistan conveyed the plan to his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
The former Union minister said that it was not the first time that Pakistan judiciary has gone 'berserk' by giving death sentence to Musharraf.
Earlier on December 12, Khan had accused the Indian government of moving systematically with a "Hindu supremacist agenda" and said the world "must step in before it is too late."
Besides Farooq Abdullah, his son Omar and PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti, as well other senior politicians of the Valley, are under detention since August.
Those detained in Kashmir include ex-CMs Farooq Abdullah, who is a sitting MP from Srinagar, Omar Abdullah, and Mehbooba Mufti.
Satya Pal Malik oversaw a controversial period as the Governor of J&K, during which the central government abrogated Article 370.
IGP SP Pani said several persons have been arrested from different parts of the Valley including Srinagar.