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India failed to isolate Pakistan diplomatically: Sartaj Aziz

He also alleged that Indian government was trying to impose Indian hegemony in the region with its own narratives which was unacceptable to Pakistan.

By: ANI | Lahore |
Updated: September 27, 2016 10:34:13 am
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Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has asserted that the Indian government has received a setback in its efforts to isolate Islamabad diplomatically.

According to Dawn, Aziz claimed that about 56 countries of the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Human Rights Council of the United Nations and other world bodies have supported Pakistan’s stance on Kashmir by firmly rejecting India’s allegations.

Emphasising that Pakistan had strongly rejected Indian narratives, Aziz said that the Pakistan government had addressed letters to the world leaders, highlighting the grave situation in Kashmir, besides handing over of dossiers containing facts about the ground reality.

He also alleged that Indian government was trying to impose Indian hegemony in the region with its own narratives which was unacceptable to Pakistan.

Rebuffing India’s claims over Balochistan, the advisor asserted that by saying that there was no relevance between the situation in Kashmir and the province, adding “it was an attempt to divert attention from the gross human rights violations in the valley”.

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