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acquittal of Aseemanand: Ajmer blasts case: India slams Pakistan for remarks on Aseemanand’s acquittal | India News

| Updated: Mar 16, 2017, 10.35 PM IST
Mea spokesperson Gopal Baglay said in strict words that Pakistan should refrain from interfering in internal affairs of India in any form.Mea spokesperson Gopal Baglay said in strict words that Pakistan should refrain from interfering in internal a… Read More

NEW DELHI: India lashed out against Pakistan’s criticism of the acquittal given to Aseemanand on the Ajmer blasts case and linking it to the Samjhauta case.

Mea spokesperson, Gopal Baglay rejected the linkage, saying the link was “untenable.”

In a sharply worded response, Baglay said, “Pakistan is well advised to refrain from interfering in internal affairs of India in any form; not to resort to denial from the reality of terrorism emanating from its soil; and take action to dismantle the infrastructure of terrorism in the territory under its control and bring to justice the masterminds in its territory who commit, promote and support terrorism against its neighbours.”

India also responded to recent media reports that Pakistan would make Gilgit Baltistan its fifth province.

“The entire State of Jammu & Kashmir acceded to India in 1947. It has been, is and will always be an integral part of India. A part of Jammu & Kashmir has been under illegal occupation of Pakistan. Any unilateral step by Pakistan to alter the status of that part will have no basis in law and will be completely unacceptable.”

Such a step, he said would not camouflage the “illegality” of Pakistan s occupation of part of Kashmir. “It will also be a violation of the agreement between the two countries to address all issues bilaterally through peaceful means, which was enshrined in Shimla Agreement of 1972.”

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