Indian Parliament tells Pak to keep off Kashmir

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NEW DELHI: Indian Parliament on Friday rejected Pakistan National Assembly’s resolution on Afzal Guru and said that it amounts to interference in India’s internal affairs.

Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar moved the draft resolution in the House and while unanimously adopting the resolution said, “House rejects the interference into internal affairs of India. The entire J&K including the illegally occupied part of Kashmir is and shall always be an integral part of India.”

Lok Sabha also told Pakistan’s National Assembly to desist from acts of support for “extremists and terrorist elements”.

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