"Pakistan has once again sought to mask its territorial ambitions and use of terrorism as a state policy under the guise of concern for human rights", said Sumit Seth, First Secretary at the Permanent Mission of India to the United Nations.
In his meeting with the home minister, Abdullah commented on the failure of the Centre to protect the personal rights and interests of its people in Kashmir.
"The constitution bench comprising Justices Syed Shah Qadri, N SantoshHegde, S N Variava and Shivraj V Patil, the bench ruled on November 15, 2001 that under the provisions of the Article 143, the reference made to the court 18 years earlier by the then President GyaniZail Singh, be returned respectfully without any advisory opinion, as the Bill had become a law, as early as 1982 when the J&K Legislative Assembly had passed it for the second time and the then Governor had accorded his necessary assent to it", he said.
India's Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju had on September 5 said Rohingyas were illegal immigrants and stand to be deported.
Rajnath Singh said in a press conference that the Center would not take any step that goes against the sentiments of the people of Kashmir. Their contribution in protecting the borders of the country is huge.
Pay cap lifted for police and prison officers
The news came as major unions threatened widespread industrial action to try to end the public sector pay freeze. Unions made clear in their initial responses that the Government move fell well short of their aspirations.
"Areas like riverine, tough terrain where fencing is impossible, will be monitored and sealed through radar, cameras and censors, " said the Union Home Minister.
He said the group did not think to provide its "valuable suggestion" to the government in "retrieving the situation". Stating further added that India rejects attempts by Pakistan to denigrate the democratic choice that has been regularly exercised by the people of J and K.
India reiterated that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of the country and Pakistan has been trying to create problems in the state.
The panel met the party leadership and over 30 delegations representing a cross section of the society, besides representatives of National Conference, CPM and other mainstream Opposition parties.