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Indian Army personnel interacting with Kashmiri children. Delegation of foreign diplomats is coming here. Pakistan is dazed by this. (File)
A team of foreign diplomats is arriving here to take stock of the plains of Jammu and Kashmir. It will also include diplomats from the European Union. They will also interact with local people and administrative officials. Pakistan has been fueled by this exercise of India. Pakistan’s Foreign Department alleges that India wants to mislead the world by taking foreign diplomats on a tour of Jammu and Kashmir.
The statement issued by Pakistan’s Foreign Department on Monday night described the foreign diplomats’ visit to Kashmir as sponsored. The State Department said- this is a fully sponsored tour. We condemn it. India is trying to mislead the world through this effort. Human rights violations are happening there.
Ground reality different
If you look closely at the statement issued by Pakistan’s Foreign Department, it is clear that it is not happy with the visit of foreign diplomats. It said – Things are not normal in Kashmir. It has been under military rule for 18 months. Kashmir has been separated from the rest of the world. People are being detained illegally. We appeal to the countries of the world to ask India to discuss the Kashmir issue so that it can be resolved in a peaceful manner.
Last month also foreign diplomats visited Kashmir
Last month, a 15-member delegation led by the US Ambassador visited Kashmir. This time the delegation will include diplomats from the European Union and Gulf countries.
In the last visit, the European delegation refused to go to Kashmir. He said that he was not in favor of ‘Guided Tour’ and would go there later. As a result, diplomats from Bangladesh, Vietnam, Norway, Maldives, South Korea, Morocco, Nigeria and other countries visited Kashmir in the last visit, including US Ambassador Kenneth Juster. EU diplomats said they wanted to meet elected leaders of their own free will.