NEW DELHI – New Delhi has dismissed an idea by United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres for intercession on the Kashmir debate among India and Pakistan, expressing that the issue would just be talked about reciprocally, Indian media wrote about Monday. Guterres, who is on a four-day outing to Pakistan, had a week ago said in Islamabad that he was “prepared to help if the two nations concur for intercession.” The secretary-general offered this expression preceding going to a meeting on Afghan Refugees in Islamabad. The issue [of Jammu and Kashmir] that should be tended to is that of get-away of the domains unlawfully involved by another nation, Raveesh Kumar, representative of the Indian outer undertakings service advised the media in response to the announcement of the UN boss. “Further issues, assuming any, would be examined reciprocally. There is no job or degree for outsider intervention,” the representative noted. The representative likewise expressed that the nation trusted the UN security-general would likewise request that Pakistan make tenable move against dread.