India Rejects Pakistan’s Offer To Send Relief Material To Kashmir

India on Sunday has rejected Pakistan offer to send relief material to violence hit people in Kashmir.
Spokesperson, Ministry of External Affairs, Vikas Swarup said, “I can only characterise its contents that propose sending supplies to Indian state of J&K as absurd.”
He said, “India has already received enough of Pak’s trademark exports – international terrorism, cross border infiltrators, weapons and narcotics.”

Swarup said that a communication in this regard was apparently delivered to India High Commission in Islamabad on Aug 12.

“We completely and categorically reject this purported communication from the Pakistan Foreign Ministry,” he added.

Characterising the proposal of sending supplies to Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan as absurd, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Vikas Swarup on Sunday said India completely and categorically rejects this purported communication from the Pakistan foreign Ministry. He added that India has already received enough of Pakistan’s trademark exports- international terrorism, cross border infiltrators, weapons and narcotics.

India on Sunday has rejected Pakistan offer to send relief material to violence hit people in Kashmir. Spokesperson, Ministry of External Affairs, Vikas Swarup said, "I can only characterise its contents that propose sending supplies to Indian state of J&K as absurd." He said, "India has already received enough of Pak's trademark exports - international terrorism, cross border infiltrators, weapons and narcotics." Swarup said that a communication in this regard was apparently delivered to India High Commission in Islamabad on Aug 12. "We completely and categorically reject this purported communication from the Pakistan Foreign Ministry," he added. Characterising the proposal of sending supplies to Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan as absurd, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Vikas Swarup on Sunday said India completely and categorically rejects this purported communication from the Pakistan foreign Ministry. He added that India has already received enough of Pakistan's trademark exports- international terrorism, cross border infiltrators, weapons and narcotics.