India rejects Pakistan’s claim on Jinnah House
India rejects Pakistan’s claim on Jinnah House. The Ministry of External Affairs said that there is no ownership of Pakistan on Jinnah House. This is the property of Government of India. This bungalow in Mumbai’s Malabar Hill was designed by the architectural Cloud Bottle in European style.
India has rejected Pakistan’s claims on the ownership of Jinnah House in Mumbai. At the same time, India has said that this property is her. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said, “As far as this property is concerned, there is no favor for Pakistan. It is the property of the Government of India and we are engaged in its beautification. ‘
This bungalow in Malabar Hill, Mumbai, was designed in the European style by the architectural Cloud Bottle and in that the founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah lived till the 1930s. The mouth of this bungalow is towards the sea. Pakistan has been demanding that this property is given to her Mumbai Consulate.
Ravish Kumar said that the government is considering to use Jinnah House on the pattern of Hyderabad House here. The government uses Hyderabad House to meet and host with foreign guests.
Earlier, Pakistan had said that Jinnah House is her and any attempt to take India under her control will not be accepted by India. A few days ago, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had said that her ministry was in the process of making the bungalow her name.
The News Agency said in the light of the Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faisal, “We have a claim on Jinnah House and we are not allowed to accept anybody’s Ownership in your hands They (Indians) have already admitted that this is from Pakistan. We have a record of it. They (Indians) have acknowledged that it belongs to Pakistan.