Islamabad, Aug 9 (IANS) Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has left for China to hold conferences with the Chinese initiative over India's choice to repudiate Article 370 that allowed unique status to Jammu and Kashmir, the media provided details regarding Friday.
"India is determined to upsetting the territorial harmony with its unlawful measures," The News International cited Qureshi as saying before traveling to Beijing on Friday morning.
"China isn't just a companion to Pakistan yet additionally a significant nation of the district."
The Foreign Minister said he will take the Chinese authority in certainty over the circumstance. .
Remote Secretary Sohail Mahmood and other high authorities of the Foreign Minister are going with Qureshi on the visit. .
The Indian government on Monday rejected Article 370 of the Constitution that gives exceptional status to Jammu and Kashmir and changed over the state into a Union Territory with a lawmaking body.
It additionally split the state by hiving off Ladakh district and making it into a Union Territory without a lawmaking body. – IANS