India urges foreign nations to act against Pakistan
India raises concerns over Pakistan’s decision to form 'Kashmir Desk' at its embassies and missions in different countries saying that their true purpose is to incite local population by spreading falsehood
India has raised concerns over Pakistan’s decision to form 'Kashmir Desk' at its embassies and missions in different countries saying that their true purpose is to incite local population and radicalise them by spreading falsehood.
Giving this statement in the Parliament, Ministry of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said that the Indian government has urged other countries to realise the dangers posed by the so-called ‘Kashmir cells’ which openly incite violence and called for appropriate action against such “cells” operating from their soil.
After India abrogated Article 370 and ended Jammu and Kashmir’s special status, Pakistan launched an all-out diplomatic offensive against the decision taken by the Narendra Modi-led NDA government.
To give teeth to its diplomatic drive over the Kashmir issue, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi announced in August that Islamabad has decided to form a Kashmir Cell, within Pakistan’s Foreign Office at embassies all over the world to highlight what he calls as "the plight of Kashmiris".
Meanwhile, terror-related incidents in Jammu and Kashmir have declined since after the abrogation of the Indian Constitution's Article 370 on August 5. In a written reply in the Lok Sabha, Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy said that only 88 incidents were reported in 115 days after the abrogation of the article.
(Courtesy: Times Now Digital)