Pakistan to appeal to ICJ over India's decision on Kashmir

​Pakistan to move ICJ over India's decision

Pakistan will appeal to the international court of justice and take other diplomatic steps in connection with the decision of the Indian authorities to abolish the special status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan would knock the doors of International Court of Justice (ICJ) besides taking other steps if India decides to quash the special status of Indian Jammu and Kashmir.

Report informs citing the RIA Novosti that local press writes referring to government sources.

Today President of India RAM Nath Kovind signed a decree abolishing the special status of the state. A bill has been submitted to Parliament.

Sources reported that the Pakistani Foreign Ministry would immediately seek the advice of legal experts in order to submit a detailed plan of action to the government. Islamabad believes that the actions of New Delhi violate the UN security Council resolution.

In its turn, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan issued a statement that Islamabad uses "all options" in response to the actions of India, which abolished the special status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.

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