- Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani excuses himself from visiting New Delhi at Lok Sabha speaker’s invitation.
- Sanjrani says he won’t ever attend any ceremony in India until it doesn’t reverse determination to revoke occupied Kashmir’s particular standing.
- Sanjrani criticises Modi-led authorities for abolishing Articles 370 and 35-A of its structure.
ISLAMABAD: Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani has excused himself from visiting New Delhi on the invitation of India’s Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.
Sanjrani is just not travelling to India in protest of New Delhi’s August 2005 transfer to revoke the particular standing loved by area.
Final month, the Senate chairman was invited to attend the a hundredth celebrations of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) by Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla.
He additionally criticised the Modi-led authorities for abolishing Articles 370 and 35-A of the Indian structure.
The centennial celebrations of the Lok Sabha and Public Accounts Committee will probably be held on December 4. The invitation letter despatched by the Indian speaker had mentioned President Ram Noth Govind will inaugurate the occasion, whereas Prime Minister Modi would additionally ship a speech.
On August 5, 2019, the Indian authorities had rushed by a presidential decree to abolish Article 370 of the Structure which grants particular standing to Indian occupied Kashmir, as tensions mounted within the disputed valley with an unprecedented variety of Indian troops deployed within the area.
India’s Dwelling Minister Amit Shah had launched a decision to scrap Article 370 in Rajya Sabha, which revoked the particular standing granted to occupied Kashmir and made the state a Union Territory with the legislature.
Pakistan rejects India’s invitation to attend NSA assembly on Afghanistan
Earlier on November 2, Nationwide Safety Advisor Moeed Yusuf had turned down India’s invitation to a gathering of the nationwide safety advisers of regional international locations on Afghanistan, categorically saying that he wouldn’t go to New Delhi.
“I will not visit New Delhi on India’s invitation,” Yusuf had mentioned, throughout a media speak after the signing of a protocol between Pakistan and Uzbekistan for the institution of a joint safety fee to reinforce bilateral cooperation in safety affairs.