Qureshi calls Jammu and Kashmir an Indian State
Qureshi mentioned Jammu and Kashmir as "Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir". Qureshi's remarks came after his speech at the UNHRC session
GENEVA: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has called Jammu and Kashmir an Indian state. It is not clear that he passed the statement either intentionally or unintentionally, but he should apologise at once.
According to details Speaking to the media on the sidelines of the 42nd United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) Council meeting, Qureshi mentioned Jammu and Kashmir as “Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir”. Qureshi’s remarks came after his speech at the UNHRC session. During his speech at UNHRC Shah Mahmood Qureshi has raised the issue of Kashmir at the session and demand the formation of a UN backed committee to probe the ongoing situation in Kashmir. “We support the formation of a joint committee,” he said during his speech.
Geneva: Pakistan Foreign Minister mentions Jammu and Kashmir as 'Indian state'
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It is not clear that Shah Mahmood Qureshi mentions Jammu and Kashmir as Indian state either intentionally or unintentionally, but he should apologise.