ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Sunday blamed India for abusing the central privileges of the Kashmiri individuals by changing the habitation law for Jammu and Kashmir.

The Pakistan Foreign Office’s comments came a day after India hit out at Prime Minister Imran Khan for remarking on the residence rules for Jammu and Kashmir, saying rehashed endeavors to meddle in India’s inside issues won’t make its “illogical” claims satisfactory.

Pakistan Foreign Office (FO) representative said in an explanation that the most recent Indian activity is focused on further usurping the major privileges of the Kashmiri individuals through changing the habitation law when the world is caught up with battling COVID-19 pandemic.

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 establishment situated in the Union Territory is a residence.

“India’s perpetual spewing forth of the case that Kashmir is an inward undertaking will neither transform this lie into truth, nor make this wrongdoing lawfully substantial,” said the FO.

The FO said that Pakistan and its initiative will never wince in their help for the equitable and authentic reason for the Kashmiri individuals.

Pakistan has been fruitlessly attempting to rustle up global help against India for pulling back Jammu and Kashmir’s uncommon status on August 5 and bifurcating it into two Union regions.

India has completely told the worldwide network that the rejecting of Article 370 was its interior issue.

It additionally prompted Pakistan to acknowledge the truth and stop every enemy of Indium purposeful publicity.

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