India says, high time for Pakistan to accept reality and stop interfering in internal affairs of other countries

India today said, it s high
time for Pakistan to accept
reality and stop interfering in
internal affairs of other
countries. Briefing media in
New Delhi, External Affairs
Ministry spokesperson,
Raveesh Kumar said,

Islamabad is nervous over
New Delhi’s decision to
revoke special status to
Jammu and Kashmir under
Article 370 and it is trying to
present an alarming picture
of bilateral relationship which
is not there.

He said, Pakistan thinks it will
not be able to mislead people
if there is development in that
region. He said, steps have
been taken keeping in mind
the best interests of Jammu
and Kashmir. The Spokesperson said,
Pakistan’s decision tondowngrade diplomatic
relations and suspend the Samjhauta Express is unilateral move.

He said India has urged the
neighbouring country to
reconsider its decision. Mr
Kumar asserted that
Pakistan’s efforts to link
peace deal with Kashmir
issue have not worked. He
said India has briefed other
nations about its decision on
Jammu and Kashmir. The
Spokesperson also clarified
that Pakistani airspace is not
closed, only rerouting has
been done and airspace is
operational