Pakistan National Assembly Speaker Raises J&K In Cambodia Summit, India Thrashes Attempt

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BJP leader Vijay Jolly protested against Pak National Assembly deputy speaker Qasim Khan Suri for spilling out its propaganda on Jammu and Kashmir in Cambodia

Written By Shubhayan Bhattacharya | Mumbai | Updated On:

BJP leader Vijay Jolly on Monday protested against Pakistan once again spilling out its propaganda in an international conference. Pakistan National Assembly deputy speaker Qasim Khan Suri raised the issue of Jammu and Kashmir in the Asia-Pacific Summit in the Cambodian capital Phnom Phen. Vijay Jolly interrupted Suri while he was addressing from the podium and said that Jammu and Kashmir was not part of the discussion in the event. The security staff expelled the Jolly from the hall.

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Qasim Khan Suri was lying about the situation in Kashmir and was repeating the so-called human rights violation mantra and security crackdown gig often parroted by Pakistani diplomats and officials on foreign tours.

On this, Vijay Jolly stormed out of his seat and walking towards the podium he said, "Jammu and Kashmir is not an issue at this conference. What is this? This is wrong... (sic)"

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Asia Pacific Summit

The Asia Pacific Summit 2019 – Cambodia co-hosted by UPF, the Cambodian government and civil society organizations is underway at the Peace Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. According to its website, a highly selective group of delegates from more than 50 nations in the Asia Pacific region and throughout the world are in attendance, including current and former heads of state, speakers of parliaments, parliamentarians, leaders from the world’s great religions, women leaders and representatives of the media, academia, business, arts, youth and civil society. 

The summit is co-hosted by the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) in coordination with the International Conference of Asian Political Parties (ICAPP), the International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace (IAPP), and the Asian Cultural Council (ACC), to promote peace-building and reconciliation so as to bring about development and prosperity as well as to seek for solutions to other current critical issues in society.

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