Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has said that India would not accept interference or mediation in the internal affairs of the country.
He asserted that restructuring of Jammu Kashmir state was aimed at improving governance and fostering inclusive and equitable growth.
An official release today said that Mr Naidu made the statement while addressing 60 heads of Estonian diplomatic missions along with the Foreign Minister of Estonia, Urmas Reinsalu on the last day of his tri-nation tour to the Baltic Region.
The Vice President arrived in New Delhi this morning after completing a series of official engagements in Estonia on the last leg of his tour.
Mr Naidu decried attempts to spread misinformation and internationalize the re-structuring of Jammu & Kashmir, which was purely an administrative matter and within the purview of the Indian government.
The release further said that the Vice President urged all members of the UN to demonstrate a collective political will for early adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism which was proposed by India in 1996.
Mr Naidu also called for comprehensive reform of the UNSC and sought support for India's claim to permanent membership of the UN body. (AIR NEWS)