Article 370: Pak foreign minister now flees to China after trafficking of UN and US
Pakistan's new Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi listens during a news conference at the Foreign Ministry in Islamabad, Pakistan August 20, 2018. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood

Article 370: Pak foreign minister now flees to China after trafficking of UN and US


Article 370: Pak foreign minister now flees to China after trafficking of UN and US

Beijing | 09 Aug.’19 | lrb.munda | Get In Lamka

Special things

  • Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi leaves for China.
  • Pakistan and furious after the United Nations and the United States.
  • Qureshi will meet Chinese Foreign Minister to discuss Article 370.

Since the repeal of Article 370, the government of Pakistan has become increasingly angry. Ministers of the Government of Pakistan are being given a jolt to India and sometimes they are being asked to be ready to bear the consequences.

Recently, after disappointment from the US and the United Nations, the Government of Pakistan is extending its hand to its ally China.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has left for Beijing to mobilize support against the Indian government’s decision on the Jammu and Kashmir issue. Shah Mehmood will meet Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Wei and other Chinese leaders.

It is noteworthy that since the decision of the Government of India regarding Article 370, the Government of Pakistan has banned Indian films in our country. Also decided to stop bilateral trade.

On the other hand, Pakistan has also stopped the movement of Samjhauta Express. Pakistan’s fury can be gauged from the fact that it has sent an Indian diplomat back from Islamabad.

On Thursday, the Pakistani Foreign Minister said that if India withdraws its decision on Article 370, then we will re-establish diplomatic relations. However, there has been no response from India regarding this.

Source: Amar Ujala

Pak FM Qureshi arrives in Beijing to hold deliberations on Kashmir

Beijing | 09 Aug.’19 | lrb.munda | Get In Lamka

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi arrived in Beijing on Friday morning. He is expected to hold meetings regarding the deliberations on the Kashmir issue.
The visit of the foreign minister comes amid heightened tension between India and Pakistanfollowing the scrapping of special status to Jammu and Kashmir by New Delhi.
During the visit, Qureshi will be meeting his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, State Counsellor, and other leaders.
“The visit was arranged in a very short time. That’s why we are called iron brothers,” deputy chief of mission at the Chinese Embassy in Islamabad, Lijian Zhao, said on Twitter.Pakistan Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood is also accompanying Qureshi.
Tensions between India and Pakistan spiralled after the Indian Parliament on Tuesday passed a resolution to revoke Article 370 and a bill bifurcating Jammu and Kashmir into two Union Territories.
Rattled by New Delhi’s decisions, Islamabad “rejected” the move and said it will exercise “all possible options” to counter the steps.
Pakistan on Wednesday decided to downgrade bilateral ties with India and suspend all bilateral trade activities with the neighbouring country.
On its part, New Delhi asked Islamabad to review its decision so that normal channels for diplomatic communications are preserved while strictly maintaining that its steps in Jammu and Kashmir are an “entirely internal affair”.

China also opposed India’s move saying it “undermined China‘s territorial sovereignty”. Following this, New Delhi brushed off Beijing‘s statement maintaining that it is an “internal matter”.



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