Malaysian Prime Minister rejects Indian demand

By Arhama Altaf - Web Editor - BOL News

09th October, 2019

Malaysian Prime Minister rejects Indian demand

Wednesday 09th October, 2019

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohammad rejected the Indians’ demand to take his statement back on the Kashmir issue.

According to a report issued by foreign agencies, Mahathir Bin Mohammad had said that he is determined in his word. He repeated the same statement in his meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

He had said that he will become the voice of Kashmiris wherever he gets the opportunity.

Mahathir said while talking to the press that they should know how to solve the Kashmir conflict, they do not intend to point out anyone if they give any statement.

He further said that he had adopted a straight-forward motive that if Modi has any issue regarding UN speech so he should contact. But no feedback was given and if there was any connection, he would still stick to his speech.


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