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"India is against the use of chemical weapons anywhere, at any time, by anybody, under any circumstances," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar told the media here in response to a question on the incident.
"We hope this issue is resolved in accordance with the provisions of the Chemical Weapons Convention so as to reach evidence based conclusions," Kumar said. "India, like all other countries, awaits the outcome of the investigation."
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