Indian mission in Geneva left fuming at Pakistan’s diplomatic maneuver over Occupied Kashmir conflict

Indian mission in Geneva left fuming at Pakistan’s diplomatic maneuver over Occupied Kashmir conflict
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ISLAMABAD - As Pakistan gets ready to raise Occupied Kashmir issue once again, this time at the 42nd session of United Nation's Human Rights Council (UNHRC), the Indian mission in Geneva has has been left frustrated.

Pakistan foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi is scheduled to speak at the UNHRC session on Tuesday at 3.30 pm (IST).

He is expected to continue with his country's narrative regarding Occupied Kashmir .

Frustrated and irked Indian mission in Geneva, on Monday, took to Twitter to inform the world about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir since Article 370 was revoked - an internal matter of India. "92 per cent areas are restriction-free in entire Jammu and Kashmir .

188 out of 199 Police Stations are restriction-free, others have only limited restrictions. Right to Life is the most important human right. Safety of people is the most important priority of the Government," stated the message.

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