India on Tuesday hammered China and Pakistan for reference to Jammu and Kashmir in a joint explanation discharged by them and said it expects different nations not to remark on its inner issues and regard its sway.
The Kashmir issue figured in the discussions between Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Pakistani partner Arif Alvi in Beijing on Tuesday during which the Chinese side “underscored that it was giving close consideration to the present circumstance”.
“The two sides traded sees on the circumstance in Jammu and Kashmir. The Pakistan side informed the Chinese side on the most recent improvements, including its interests, position, and current critical issues,” said a joint proclamation posted on the Chinese Foreign Ministry site.
Responding to it, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar attested that the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir is a basic piece of India and issues identified with it are the nation’s inward issue.
“We dismiss the reference to Jammu and Kashmir in the joint proclamation gave by China and Pakistan after the ongoing visit of Pakistani President to China,” Raveesh Kumar said.
“We expect different nations including China not to remark on issues that are inside issues of India and furthermore to regard India’s sway and regional trustworthiness similarly as India ceases from remarking on interior issues of different nations,” Raveesh Kumar said in light of an inquiry on the issue.
“India might want to unequivocally protest and emphasize its interests to both China and Pakistan on the undertakings in supposed unlawful ‘China Pakistan Economic Corridor’, which is in the domain of India that has been illicitly involved by Pakistan since 1947,” Raveesh Kumar said.