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The government of India lashed out at the dragon when China raised the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in the UN Security Council on behalf of Pakistan. India stated clearly that China should not interfere in our internal affairs. The Foreign Ministry said that we strongly reject China’s interference in our internal affairs. This time as before, this effort did not get much support.

The Ministry of External Affairs issued a statement saying that this is not the first time that China has sought to raise a subject which is entirely India’s internal matter. The ministry statement said that we strongly reject China’s interference in our internal affairs.

Indeed, on the anniversary of the removal of Article 370, China on Wednesday supported Pakistan’s request to discuss Jammu and Kashmir at the UN Security Council. But the US, Britain, France and Russia, the other four members of the UN Security Council, supported India and rejected Pakistan’s demand. In this way, China got troubled there as well.

On Wednesday, India criticized China for calling the reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir in 2019 as ‘illegal and invalid’, saying Beijing has no jurisdiction over the subject and should not comment on internal affairs of other countries. needed. Foreign Ministry spokesman Anurag Shrivastava reacted sharply to China’s comment on the completion of one year of India’s decision on Jammu and Kashmir, saying that China has no jurisdiction over the subject.

A few hours earlier, a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman in Beijing said that any unilateral change in the status quo of Jammu and Kashmir was illegal and invalid, after which India responded. At the same time, Srivastava said in response to a question on China’s comments, “We have taken note of the remarks of the spokesperson of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India on the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The Chinese side has no jurisdiction on this subject and is advised not to comment on the internal affairs of other nations’.

Explain that India had announced the abolition of special status of Jammu and Kashmir on August 5 last year and divided the state into two union territories. China has been against the reorganization of Jammu and Kashmir and has criticized New Delhi for declaring Ladakh as a union territory. China claims many parts of Ladakh.

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