Lahore: India’s account that revamping of Jammu and Kashmir was required to realize financial advancement in the area has not been acknowledged by the universal network and individuals in the Valley, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Friday.
The outside clergyman said individuals in Kashmir were scrutinizing the changing status of the Valley as they feel it was done to impact statistic changes in the area.
August 5, India renounced the exceptional status given to Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated it into two association regions Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh.
Pakistan minimized discretionary ties with India and removed the Indian High Commissioner after New Delhi revoked arrangements of Article 370.
Pakistan has been attempting to internationalize the Kashmir issue however India has declared that the annulment of Article 370 was its “inner issue”.
India has constantly kept up that Jammu and Kashmir is its basic part and precluded any outsider intervention, including either from the UN or the US, saying it is a two-sided issue with Pakistan.
Qureshi was communicating with a gathering of Indian columnists in front of the introduction of the Kartarpur passage.
Inquired as to why India’s choice on Kashmir ought to be considered uniquely in contrast to Pakistan affecting protected changes in the managerial structure of Gilgit Baltistan, Qureshi said the principle issue has been the manner by which India received a one-sided approach, disregarding goals of Kashmiris.
He said after India’s choice to pull back Jammu and Kashmir’s uncommon status, relations between the two nations have gone to a level which to each normal personality was ‘unnerving’.