India has looked to exploit the world’s distraction with the coronavirus emergency to additionally push its “Hindutva” plan in Indian-involved Kashmir including by endeavoring to adjust the district’s demography, the Foreign Office (FO) said on Tuesday.

Alluding to India’s new residence law, under which an Indian resident who has lived in involved Jammu and Kashmir for a long time can consider the domain their place of home, FO Spokesperson Aisha Farooqui said the changes “speak to another artful move by the RSS-BJP administration to propel their evil point of affecting a segment change in the involved region”.

“Pakistan and the Kashmiris have immovably dismissed these Indian maneuvers before and will keep on doing as such later on,” she included an announcement.

The FO likewise completely dismissed what it named “ridiculous” Indian charges of “penetration endeavors” by Pakistan and “unwarranted cases” that Indian soldiers have focused on “take off platforms” over the Line of Control (LoC).

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