Ground Report | New Delhi: India has strongly criticized the statement of the President of the UN General Assembly on Kashmir. Volkan Bozkır had said India and Pakistan to refrain from taking any unilateral action regarding the disputed region of Kashmir.
India says UN General Assembly President Volkan Bozkır’s statements on Kashmir are unacceptable and unnecessary. Criticizing him in New Delhi, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arundham Bagchi said his statement was regrettable: “And of course, this behavior undermines his credibility in the international arena.”
The current president of the UN General Assembly, Volkan Bozzikar, is from Turkey. He has also been active in Turkish politics and has long been involved in diplomacy. He said during a joint conference with Pakistani Foreign Minister Mehmood Qureshi in Islamabad, “Pakistan has a duty to raise the Kashmir issue more strongly at the United Nations.”
Bozkar made the remarks during a question and answer session on the Kashmir issue during a press conference at the end of his three-day visit to Pakistan on Thursday, May 27. On the occasion, he also asked both India and Pakistan to refrain from taking any unilateral action regarding the disputed region of Kashmir.
Obviously, India has changed the situation in Kashmir by repealing Article 370 two years ago and perhaps that is why it found this statement of the President of the General Assembly absolutely offensive. In response, India said, “Such a misleading and biased statement by the current President of the UN General Assembly is not worthy of his office and would have tarnished his image on the world stage.”
Foreign Ministry spokesman Arundam Bagchi said, “It is absolutely unacceptable for Pakistan to raise the issue of Kashmir at the United Nations and firmly, and there is no competition in the international arena for this (Kashmir) situation.” Not even. “
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister SJ Shankar on 26 May accused Pakistan of infiltrating militants in Kashmir. When asked about the firing on the Line of Control during a Hoover Institute program in the United States, he said, “The reason for the firing is intrusion. When the intrusion stops, the firing stops.”