Glorification of terrorists shows where Pakistan’s sympathies lie: India’s reaction on July 19 ‘Black Day’ issue

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Updated: July 15, 2016 6:34 PM

India on Friday completely and unequivocally rejected in the entirety the decision adopted by the Pakistan Cabinet to observe July 19th as Black Day and also urged Pakistan to stay out of India's internal affairs in a statement released by MEA.

MEA said, "Pakistan has no locus standi in our internal matters. We hope Pak will desist from further interfering in India's internal affairs." (Reuters) MEA said, “Pakistan has no locus standi in our internal matters. We hope Pak will desist from further interfering in India’s internal affairs.” (Reuters)

India on Friday completely and unequivocally rejected in the entirety the decision adopted by the Pakistan Cabinet to observe July 19th as Black Day and also urged Pakistan to stay out of India’s internal affairs in a statement released by MEA.

MEA said, “Pakistan has no locus standi in our internal matters. We hope Pak will desist from further interfering in India’s internal affairs.”

Vikas Swarup further said, “Attempts in Pakistan by various players to ingratiate themselves to people of J&K in the run up to the so called elections in territories under Pak’s illegal occupation will not succeed”.

Here is the full response:

Earlier, on the call of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the Federal Cabinet today decided that the country will observe July 19 as ‘Black Day.

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