- On stopping Samjhauta Express, the Ministry of External Affairs said- this unfortunate, Pak's steps are showing its nervousness
- Pakistan also banned Thar Express after Samjhauta Express
- Indian Foreign Ministry said – Pakistan is trying to bargain by intimidating
Aug 09, 2019, 09:18 PM IST
new Delhi. After the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the Foreign Ministry gave a statement on the anti-India steps being taken continuously by Pakistan. Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said that Pakistan wants to take the Kashmir issue to the United Nations, but it has no strong base and the UN also knows India's stand. He said- The time has come for Pakistan to accept the truth and not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries.
Ravish Kumar said that stopping Samjhauta Express is unfortunate. Pak's steps show that he is nervous. Meanwhile, Pakistan has also banned the Thar Express and the India-Pakistan bus service.
We know what we need to do now – Foreign Ministry
Ravish Kumar said- We told him that Kashmir issue comes under Indian Constitution. Prime Minister Modi has also given a statement on the decision of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. We have taken steps keeping in mind the interests of the people of Kashmir. Pakistan has also imposed restrictions on the airspace. He is also saying that the matter will be taken to the United Nations, but Kashmir is an integral part of India. We know what to do now.
"The world denies Pakistan's lies"
Ravish Kumar said- Pak wants to take this issue to UN. But, the UN fully agrees with India's side on this matter. The world has denied the lies of Pakistan. Pakistan had made its stand on Jammu and Kashmir and Article 370 very clear. He said that this is our internal matter. Are disturbing Pakistan with normalcy in Jammu and Kashmir. Now the time has come for Pakistan to accept the truth and stop interfering in the internal affairs of other countries.
"If we talk about Jammu and Kashmir, then PoK is also involved"
He said – Government of India has taken precautionary measures on some issues. There were no incidents of violence in Jammu and Kashmir. All newspapers are leaving as usual. Supply of essentials is also normal. He is being treated in the hospital. As far as PoK is concerned, Home Minister Amit Shah has already made it clear. PoK will also be included when it comes to Jammu and Kashmir.