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India hits back at China for raising Kashmir ar UNGA, says CPEC changing status quo in PoK

DNA Saturday, 28 September 2019
The response came after Wang Yi, the Foreign Minister of China, said at UNGA that India through its "unilateral" action by removing special status to Jammu and Kashmir is changing the "status quo" in the region.
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