Pakistan set to raise Kashmir at Geneva again: Report



Kashmiri villagers gather near a damaged house in which three militants were killed including top Hizb militant commander Lateef Tiger in Shopian district of south Kashmir. Photograph by Bhat Burhan

Srinagar: Pakistan is set to raise Kashmir at the 43rd session of the Human Rights Council that will take place in Geneva, Economic Times reported.

The session will take place from 24 February to 20 March. Secretary (West).

According to the report MEA Vikas Swarup will lead the Indian delegation. A sharp reply from India is expected.

Pakistani foreign minister SM Qureshi will be leading his country’s delegation.

While Pakistan has onepoint agenda on Kashmir, India is expected to focus on global agenda, including sustainable development goals, ET has reliably learnt.

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