Islamabad: Pakistan supervision pronounced it will not entice a orator of a Jammu and Kashmir Assembly to a arriving Commonwealth Parliamentary Union (CPU) public as it would concede a position on a Kashmir issue.
Special confidant to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on unfamiliar affairs and inhabitant security, Sartaj Aziz on Saturday pronounced that Kashmir was a doubtful domain and Pakistan does not recognize a assembly.
“We will never entice a orator of assigned Jammu and Kashmir Assembly. Pakistan does not recognize and accept a pronounced public as a legitimate one,” Aziz said.
Pakistan is hosting a Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference from 30 Sep to 8 Oct for that over 70% of a representatives have reliable participation.
India has threatened to protest a accommodate if a orator of a J-K public was not invited.
“A public of speakers of all states here (in New Delhi) currently unanimously motionless that India will protest a public of a CPU if a orator of a Jammu and Kashmir public is not invited,” Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan told reporters on Friday after a meeting.
Mahajan pronounced this was opposite a order in a CPU in that all a speakers, who are members of a Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), have to be extended an invitation to a CPU meeting.
Pakistan has not sent an invitation to J-K speaker, while invitations have been sent to all a other speakers in India.
Indian high commissioner TCA Raghavan pronounced Pakistan had disregarded custom by not mouth-watering a orator of Jammu and Kashmir, a Dawn reported.
“In a past Pakistan has invited delegations from Kashmir,” he said.
Raghavan also pronounced that India will not attend a discussion if Pakistan did not entice a speaker.