China fails in its bid to rake up Mukund Naravane’s remark at UNSC

China, at Pakistan’s behest, is learnt to have brought up Army chief General Manoj Mukund Naravane’s recent remarks on Pakistan-occupied Kashmir at the UN Security Council meet on Wednesday, in its failed attempt to build a case that India was preparing a military action against its western neighbour.

After taking charge last week, Naravane had said: “As far as Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is concerned, many years ago there was a parliamentary resolution on it that entire J&K is part of India. If Parliament wants that area should also belong to us, if we get orders to that effect, then definitely we will take action on it.”

This soon became part of a new Sino-Pak strategy to not focus on Article 370 but try and project India as an aggressor so that UNSC could consider the subject under the category of ‘threat to peace and security’.

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