Pakistan and India yet again set to clash at the top international forum

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Pakistan and India yet again set to clash at the top international forum

NEW DELHI: India is all geared up as Pakistan is all set to raise Kashmir link at the 43rd session of the Human Rights Council link.

Session will take place in Geneva from February 24 to March 20. Secretary (West) MEA Vikas Swarup link will lead the Indian delegation

Pakistani foreign minister SM Qureshi link will be leading his country’s delegation for the meet. While Pakistan has one point agenda on Kashmir, India is expected to focus on global agenda including SDGs, Economic Times has reliably learnt.

A sharp reply from India is highly likely when Pakistan raises Kashmir issue link.

This is for the second time Pakistan FM will be travelling to Geneva to raise Kashmir after New Delhi removed special status for the erstwhile state in August. This session comes close on heels of UNSG visit to Pakistan and begins on day US President Donald Trump link arrives in India.

Pakistan was keen to bring a resolution on Kashmir in the council.

Earlier in Geneva, India reached out to each and every member of the 47-member UN Human Rights link Council during its September 9-27 2019 session and ensured that Pakistan fails to introduce either an Urgent Debate or a resolution on the Kashmir issue.