MoS V. Muraleedharan urges international community to take action against Pakistan’s ‘Kashmir Desks’

New Delhi: Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said that India has urged the international community to take action against Pakistan’s ‘Kashmir Desks’ or ‘Kashmir cells’ that has been set up at its embassies and diplomatic missions in different countries.

The aim of such cells is to spread falsehood and radicalise the local population.

The Minister said in a written reply to the Parliament related to this matter that Pakistan had announced on August 17 that it would set up “Kashmir Desk/ Kashmir cells” at its embassies in different countries.

“The government has urged foreign countries to realise the dangers posed by these Kashmir cells and take appropriate action in this regard,” the statement read.

“As a result of Government’s efforts, Pakistan’s attempts to interfere in internal affairs of India; to present an alarmist situation of the region; and its abuse of international fora including United Nations have been successfully and effectively thwarted,” the minister said.


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