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Pakistan rejects India's new J&K map as incorrect, legally untenable, void and in complete violation of the relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions

04 November 2019, Monday

Pakistan rejects India's new J&K map



And complains of harassment of its officials in Afghanistan

PR Daily Brief | D. Suba Chandran

Pakistan rejects India's new J&K map

Rejecting the new map of J&K issued by the Indian government, the foreign ministry of Pakistan issued a statement that it is "incorrect, legally untenable, void and in complete violation of the relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions." The statement also read that, "Pakistan rejects these political maps, which are incompatible with the United Nations’ maps."

The statement also continued: "We reiterate that no step by India can change the “disputed” status of Jammu and Kashmir recognized by the United Nations. Such measures by the Government of India cannot prejudice the inalienable right to self-determination of the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan would continue supporting the legitimate struggle of the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir for exercising their right to self-determination in accordance with the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions."

 

Pakistan complains of harassment of its officials in Afghanistan

In another statement by Pakistan's foreign ministry, it complained on its officials getting harassed with obstruction on roads and getting hit by motorcycles. According to an official statement: "The Afghan Cd’A was informed that the Officers and Staff of the Embassy of Pakistan were being harassed over the past two days. They were obstructed on the road and the Embassy vehicles were also hit by motorcycles while going towards the Embassy. The Cd’A was reminded that being party to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Privileges and Immunities 1961, it is the responsibility of the Government of Afghanistan to ensure safety, security and freedom of movement to all members of the Mission.

The Cd’A was asked to convey to the Afghan authorities to immediately investigate these security violations and harassment incidents, share report with the Government of Pakistan in this regard, and ensure against recurrence of such incidents in future."

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