Turkish President's assertion on J&Okay in Pakistani Parliament
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar gave a fast reply
India stated – don’t intervene in our inner affairs
Rajab Tayeb Iradugan addresses the joint session in Pakistan
Raj Express India has additionally responded sharply to the remarks made by the Turkish President in Pakistan Parliament in opposition to India with a sarcasm on the Jammu and Kashmir case. In truth, Foreign Minister Spokesperson Ravish Kumar, whereas criticizing the remarks made by the President of Turkey, Rajab Tayyab Erdugan on Jammu and Kashmir, additionally expressed his response today … <! –
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said-
Ravish Kumar India dismisses all references to Jammu and Kashmir, an integral a part of India, which may by no means be separated from it. We request the Ottoman management to not intervene in India's inner affairs and to develop a correct understanding of different information, together with the intense menace of terrorism emanating from Pakistan for India and the area.
What was Erdogan's remark?
In truth, on Friday, Turkish President Rajab Tayyab Iradugan, throughout his deal with whereas addressing a joint session within the Pakistani Parliament, stated on Friday. "Compared the struggle of the Kashmiris with the Turks' fight against foreign rule during the First World War." Our Kashmiri siblings have been dealing with quite a bit for many years. ''
Apart from this, President Rajab Tayyab Irdugan in his deal with, with out naming India, additionally stated that, as a result of latest unilateral steps taken, his agony has elevated additional. The difficulty of Kashmir can’t be resolved via battle or suppression. This difficulty might be resolved solely with justice and transparency, the answer taken on this manner will likely be within the curiosity of all events.
Pakistan Parliament clapped with applause:
Let me inform you that, when the Turkish President Erdugan was reacting to Kashmir, then the Pakistan Parliament was clapping and the Pakistani MPs have been thumping the desk for a very long time.