Commonwealth meet: India slams Pak's 'bigoted agenda' on J&K
Wednesday, 14 October 2020 ()
In yet another run-in with Pakistan on an international platform over the Kashmir issue and alleged violation of minority rights, India said Wednesday that the only dispute left in what Islamabad called a "disputed territory” was its own illegal occupation of "certain parts, which sooner or later, it would have to vacate".
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