Kumar’s announcement was in reference to a Chinese media report that said Chinese President Xi Jinping was viewing the circumstance in Kashmir and would loan backing to Pakistan in its center inner issues.
Responding pointedly to reports of Chinese President Xi Jinping and Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan examining Kashmir, the Ministry of External Affairs Wednesday reaffirmed India’s position on Kashmir and expressed that it isn’t for different nations to remark on its interior undertakings.
“We have seen the report in regards to meeting of Xi with Khan which additionally alludes to their exchanges on Kashmir. India’s position has been steady and clear that Jammu and Kashmir is a vital piece of India. China is very much aware of our position. It isn’t for different nations to remark on the interior issues of India,” MEA representative Raveesh Kumar was cited as saying by PTI.
Kumar’s announcement was in reference to a Chinese media report that said Chinese President Xi Jinping was viewing the circumstance in Kashmir and would loan backing to Pakistan in its center inward issues.
The authority Xinhua News Agency had revealed that during the gathering of the Chinese President with Pakistan PM Khan in Beijing, Xi told the last that the good and bad of the circumstance was clear, including that gatherings should resolve the question by means of quiet exchange.
Relations among India and Pakistan went under strain after New Delhi renounced Jammu and Kashmir’s unique status under Article 370 of the Constitution and bifurcated the state into two Union domains.
The MEA’s announcement additionally approached on the impact points of the booked casual summit among Xi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday in Chennai.