India’s yet another failed attempt to malign Pakistan at the international front
NEW DELHI: India has asked countries to take action against "Kashmir cells" or "Kashmir desks" set up by Pakistan at its missions abroad, asserting that they openly incite violence, the government informed the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
In a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said the Pakistan foreign minister announced a decision to establish "Kashmir cell/desks" in Pakistan's Foreign Office and Missions abroad.
"The main objective of these cells/desks is to incite local populations and to radicalise them through false propaganda," he said.
"The government has urged other countries to realise the dangers posed by the so-called 'Kashmir cells' which openly incite violence and to take appropriate action against such 'cells' operating from their soil," Muraleedharan said.
In response to another question, he said India has categorically and unequivocally rejected Pakistan's blatant misrepresentation of facts and fabricated narratives at international fora, including at the United Nations.