India plans to economically punish Malaysia over support to Pakistan on Occupied Kashmir

India plans to economically punish Malaysia over support to Pakistan on Occupied Kashmir
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ISLAMABAD - India plans to economically punish Malaysia over support to Pakistan on Occupied Kashmir at the recent UN General Assembly speech.

India to restrict imports of products from Malaysia including palm oil, *Reuters* reported, citing government and industry sources, in reaction to Mahathir slamming New Delhi for its illegal and unilateral actions in Occupied Kashmir.

“Despite UN resolution on Jammu and Kashmir, the country has been invaded and occupied. India should work with Pakistan to resolve this problem as ignoring the UN will lead to other forms of disregard for the UN and the rule of Law,” he was quoted as saying by *Radio Pakistan.*

India , the world’s biggest importer of edible oils, is planning to substitute Malaysian palm oil with supplies of edible oils from countries like Indonesia, Argentina and Ukraine, said the sources.

Palm oil accounts for nearly two-thirds of India’s total edible oil imports. India buys more than 9 million tonnes of palm oil annually, mainly from Indonesia and Malaysia .

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