ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday blamed India for “wrongfully changing the segment structure” of Jammu and Kashmir, saying the new house rules were in “away from of universal law”.

The Indian government on Wednesday set down principles for habitation which would now be able to be given to any individual who has dwelled in the Union Territory for a long time.

This is “another unlawful advance by India to settle non-Kashmiris” in the area, the Foreign Office said in an announcement.

“This is an away from of universal law, including the fourth Geneva Convention,” it said.

The FO asked the UN and the universal network to “make quick comprehension of this Indian move and keep India from changing the demography” of the district.

Under the new law, any individual who has lived for a long time in Jammu and Kashmir or has read for a long time and showed up in Class 10 and Class 12 assessments in an instructive organization situated in the Union Territory is a habitation.

Pakistan has been ineffectively attempting to scrounge up universal help against India for pulling back Jammu and Kashmir’s exceptional status on August 5 and bifurcating it into two Union regions.

India has completely told the global network that the rejecting of Article 370 was its inward issue.

It likewise exhorted Pakistan to acknowledge reality and stop every single enemy of Indium promulgation.

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