PoK integral part of India, says Sushma while granting medical visa

PoK integral part of India, says Sushma while granting medical visa

PoK integral part of India, says Sushma while granting medical visa

The five-month-old Pakistani boy, Rohaan, who was promised treatment by external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj after his father tweeted about his inability in getting a medical visa to India for his son's treatment two months ago, is all set to return to his country after a successful surgery in a Noida hospital.

She said that PoK is that part of Kashmir which is illegally occupied by Pakistan and thus, it is an integral part of India. Pak has illegally occupied it.

While we read about such humanitarian gestures from the Indian EAM nearly on a weekly basis, she did not miss slamming Aziz this time for not showing the basic courtesy to even acknowledge her letter on a visa for the mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian sentenced to death by a Pakistan military court on the charge of spying.

Ali, 24, needs a liver transplant and is likely to be admitted to a hospital in Saket, Delhi.

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The report said that the Pakistan Foreign Affairs Ministry had turned down the family's plea for a letter from Aziz to the Indian High Commission.

However, her Tuesday's tweet suggests India's reaction to Pakistan's move to declare Gilgit-Baltistan in PoK as a new province. "I assure Pakistan nationals seeking medical visa with a recommendation from Mr Sartaj Aziz, we will be issued the visa immediately", Swaraj added.

She criticised Aziz saying he had "not shown the courtesy to acknowledge" her letter on a visa for the mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian sentenced to death in Pakistan.

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