The meeting took place on the sidelines of the ongoing 42nd UN Human Rights Council session in Geneva where China and Pakistan were the only countries to rake up Kashmir issue.
The global community is aware about Pakistan's role in aiding, abetting and supporting terrorist infrastructure which they have in their country, MEA said in its statement.
Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi expressed apprehension about a sudden war over Kashmir in a conversation with reporters before leaving for his country in UNHRC.
Aryan said he had been forced to take the floor to call out the 'blatant is a representation of facts and false narrative peddled by Pakistan in all its statements today.'
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At UNHRC on Tuesday, India defended its "sovereign decision" to revoke Jammu and Kashmir's special status, which Pakistan said was an illegal act and demanded an international investigation.
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Exercising its right to respond to Pakistan Foreign Minister's statements, First Secretary in the MEA Vimarsh Aryan said Article 370 was a temporary provision of the Indian Constitution.
Vijay Thakur Singh, in a clear reference to Pakistan, said there was a need to call out those who are misusing the UNHRC for malicious political agenda under the garb of human rights.
In the document, 35 pages have been devoted to history and the current situation in Kashmir, which Pakistan itself admits is based on 'scantily available information'.
Rahul had hit out at Pakistan for instigating violence in J&K asserting that matters related to the region are India's internal issues with no room for interference by Pakistan.
Till date, Pakistan, in all its official communication, has been referring to Jammu and Kashmir as 'Indian Administered Kashmir'.
Addressing the 42nd session of the UN Human Rights Council here, Foreign Minister Qureshi said the top UN rights body should not be embarrassed on the world stage by its inaction over the issue.
The people of Balochistan, who seek independence from Pakistan, have earlier raised the issue of their "annihilation" by the Pakistani forces at the forum of UNHRC.
The Indian delegation is led by Ajay Bisaria, the India High Commissioner to Pakistan who was sent back after Pakistan unilaterally downgraded ties, and Vijay Thakur Singh, Secretary East.
Targeting Pakistan further, Tharoor accused the neighbouring country of changing the internal status of Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir in the past.
Nainital-born Nayal, 18, was representing a non-profit organisation Jeunesse Etudiante Tamoule (French for Tamil Youth).