New Delhi: Today Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted asserting a medical visa for a man from Pakistan Occupied Kashmir who is looking for treatment of a liver tumour in the capital New Delhi. Osama Ali conveyed that Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry consultant Sartaj Aziz had denied to write to the Indian High Commission for his visa.
POK is an integral part of India. Pakistan has illegally occupied it. We are giving him visa. No letter required. https://t.co/cErxQw7Cht
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) July 18, 2017
Foreign Minister further responded that, Osama Ali will acquire visa, emphatic that he does not require any letter from Pakistan. Ali lives in Rawlakot. Delhi’s private hospital Saket has supposedly settled to treat him and has recommended a liver transplant.
Former this month, Swaraj tweeted that Pakistani citizens asked for a medical visa to travel India, must have letter from their foreign ministry. Swaraj ripped into Mr Aziz conveying he had “not exposed the courtesy to acknowledge” her letter on a visa for the mother of Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian verdict to death in Pakistan.
Minister further conveyed that, any Pakistani asking for a medical visa, would be granted one instantly if Mr Aziz suggested it. Refusing Pakistan’s budge to announce Gilgit-Baltistan in PoK as new province, “the administration is committed to a resolution by both houses of Parliament that told the whole of Kashmir belongs to India.”