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Hold Pakistan accountable for the ongoing turmoil in Kashmir: Member of European Parliament

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 14 October 2020
Talking about the role of Islamabad in "illegally" occupying a part of Kashmir and dethroning its erstwhile ruler Maharaja Hari Singh, Member of European Parliament Fulvio Martusciello has urged the international community to hold Pakistan accountable for the ongoing turmoil in the valley.
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