New Delhi, Aug 7 (UNI) India today asked Pakistan not to interfere in India's internal affairs and attend to issues where it has a locus standi.
External Affairs Ministry spokesman Navtej Sarna, in reply to a question on Pakistani Senate having passed a Resolution on Jammu and Kashmir, said such a resolution amounted to gross interference in India's internal affairs.
''We have seen reports in the Pakistani media that the Senate of Pakistan has passed a resolution about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir. Such a resolution amounts to gross interference in our internal affairs. The Senate should attend to issues where it has a locus standi,'' Mr Sarna said.
The Pakistani Senate yesterday unanimously passed three resolutions including expressing concern over ''attacks'' on properties in Jammu and Kashmir and the recent violations of ceasefire at the Line of Control (LoC).
The resolution, moved by Leader of Opposition in Senate Kamil Ali Agha, regretted the recent reports of an ''economic blockade'' in Jammu and Kashmir.
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