NEW DELHI: Union clergyman Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday passed on a critical message to Pakistan when she said India will issue a therapeutic visa to a debilitated man from Pakistan-involved Kashmir (PoK). That message is – PoK has a place with India
New Indian standards stipulate that Pakistanis applying for a restorative visa to India must get a letter from their outside issues boss Sartaj Aziz.
Swaraj said however that these guidelines don’t matter to the PoK occupant. Why? Since PoK “is an essential piece of India”.
This is what the outside issues serve tweeted in her standard immediate and straightforward way:
The 24-year-old PoK man has been determined to have a tumor in the liver and wishes to go to New Delhi for treatment, said ANI. He needs a restorative crisis visa to India.
It shows up he will get that visa.
The priest’s salvo on Tuesday takes after her rankling tweets from a week ago, when she hammered Aziz for not having “the cordiality even to recognize” her letter to him asking he give a visa to Kulbhushan Jadhav’s mom.
Jadhav is the Indian national waiting for capital punishment in Pakistan.
Swaraj as much as said that it’s Aziz’s blame that Pakistanis needing dire therapeutic consideration can’t come to India+ . She guaranteed Pakistanis that India is glad to give therapeutic visas and trusted Aziz “has thought for the nationals of his nation”.
The outer issues serve indicated as of late changed standards that stipulate Pakistanis needing a visa for dire medicinal treatment must get a letter from Aziz. “Be that as it may, I guarantee Pakistan nationals looking for therapeutic visa with a suggestion from Mr.Sartaj Aziz, we will issue the visa quickly,” said Swaraj.