Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has returned to the United Nations Security Council over Jammu and Kashmir, this time over the new arrangement of home standards told by the home service a month ago. In a letter to the UNSC, Pakistan remote priest Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi blamed India for exploiting worldwide spotlight on coronavirus to change Kashmir’s socioeconomics.
Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s letter was sent on Sunday, scarcely three months after its last endeavor to rake up the Kashmir issue with the support of its all-climate partner Beijing was dismissed. India’s remote service hasn’t reacted to Pakistan’s exertion yet.
One Indian authority said New Delhi will react to Pakistan’s “three-page bluster” at a proper time. He, in any case, underlined that the letter to UNSC was sent around the same time Prime Minister Imran Khan conveyed a video SOS to the worldwide network for help to manage the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In his letter to Jose Singer, the Special Envoy of the Dominican Republic who holds the UNSC President’s post this month, Pakistan asserted that the administration’s new home standards for Jammu and Kashmir were intended to change the “segment structure” of Jammu and Kashmir.