Indian defence minister Rajnath Singh threatens Pakistan, wants Azad Kashmir be part of India

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Indian defence minister Rajnath Singh threatens Pakistan, wants Azad Kashmir be part of India

*Leh: **Indian defence minister Rajnath Singh threatens Pakistan and wants Azad Kashmir back within India.*

*Indian* Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday warned it to not indulge in unsubstantiated and vitriolic talk on Jammu and Kashmir. Reiterating that Kashmir Valley is an integral part of India, Singh said that Pakistan has no locus standi on the region and should not be under any illusion about the same.

"Pakistan has no Locus Standi in Kashmir. The country is illegally occupying Gilgit-Baltistan along with Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir. Our Parliament had in 1994 unanimously passed a resolution that the entire Kashmir valley belongs to India and our stand on it is clear.

I want to ask Pakistan - when was Kashmir with Pakistan? Pakistan was created out of India. We respect the existence of Pakistan. But it does not mean that Pakistan can speak anything that it wants to about Kashmir. Kashmir will always remain with India and it should have no doubt about it.

Pakistan should ensure that the human rights of the people living in PoK is not violated," Singh tweeted while attending a programme in Leh, the capital of Ladakh.