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2019-08-06 India-Pakistan
Pakistan says it will exercise all possible options to counter 'illegal steps' taken by India in IoK
[DAWN] Pakistain on Monday said that it would "exercise all possible options to counter the illegal steps" taken by India regarding Indian-Indian Kashmiree (IoK).

The comments came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government introduced plans to weaken the special rights of residents in occupied Kashmire, amid heavy deployment of security forces and suspension of phone and internet services in the valley.

In a blurb, the Foreign Office (FO) strongly condemned and rejected the move by the Indian government, stressing that IoK was internationally recognised as a disputed territory.

"No unilateral step by the Government of India can change this disputed status, as enshrined in the United Nations
...an idea whose time has gone...
Security Council (UNSC) resolutions," read the statement. "The decision will never be acceptable to the people of IoK and Pakistain."

"As the party to this international dispute, Pakistain will exercise all possible options to counter the illegal steps," the statement read while reaffirming Pakistain's commitment to the Kashmiri cause.

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Posted by Fred 2019-08-06 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [158 views ]  Top
 File under: Govt of Pakistan 

#1 They would do well to remember that an uncouth, volatile entity like the Taliban is a friend to no one, and seasonally available for rent to the highest bidder. And India has money to burn.

If India ever went extra-legal, we could make it so, that the prospects for the military-politician nexus in Pak become untenable for current leaders and wannabes. We could seriously screw things up. But we don't. A centuries old cultural connection between our largely unwitting populations, and the Hindu hubris of being a 'force for good and peace' have always prevented India from playing dirty.

In fact, India has been the most anal-retentive stickler for legality and convention in the international context. But Pakistain has a tendency to bring out the worst in people around it.
Posted by Dron66046 2019-08-06 07:20||   2019-08-06 07:20|| Front Page Top

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