Turmoil in Pakistan parliament as Kashmir resolution fails to mention of Article 370

Pakistan’s opposition on Tuesday objected to a resolution presented by the government condemning India’s move to strip Jammu and Kashmir of its special status as it did not mention Article 370.

The Speaker of the National Assembly or lower house of Parliament, Asad Qaiser, adjourned the session for 20 minutes after the opposition objected to the resolution, saying it did not mention Article 370 of India’s Constitution that accorded special status to the state.

Senator Raza Rabbani of the opposition Pakistan People’s Party said the motion did not mention the basic issue of India’s move to revoke the special status of Kashmir, which should have been highlighted. Read more

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