NEW DELHI: The
on Thursday took strong objection to a
In a sharp rebuttal, the embassy said that the neighbouring country has chosen to “repeat its lies” on the Valley, which is an integral part of India.
The Indian embassy further said that the affairs of the Union territory are India’s “internal affairs” where any other country has no locus standi.
In an interview with ‘
‘, Pakistani ambassador to China
urged the global community to take necessary actions to ease the “suffering of Kashmiri people”, a year after India abolished the special status of
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Reacting to the remarks, the India embassy said that ambassador Haque’s misrepresentation, while not surprising, cannot conceal the significant progress that J&K has made in the year following the abrogation of Article 370.
Haque could consider holding up a mirror to his own “regime” and reflect on Pakistan’s own actions in the region before making ludicrous characterisations of the Indian government’s actions, it added.
Pakistan’s unprovoked ceasefire violations, numbering close to 3,000 in the first seven months of 2020 alone, provide support for terrorist infiltration along the Line of Control (LOC), the statement added.