NEW DELHI (Agencies) Rebuffing Pakistans attempt to involve the international community in resolving the Kashmir issue, India on Wednesday categorically said there is no scope of third party mediation on Kashmir, which is an integral part of the country, The Economic Times reports. Reacting sharply to Pakistan Foreign Minister S M Qureshis remarks asking the US to intervene in Kashmir, sources in the Indian External Affairs Ministry said, There is no scope for third party or international mediation. And this has been made clear on number of occasions, including at the UN... There can be wishes expressed but there is no further corollary to that. Discarding Pakistans statement on the recent crisis in Jammu and Kashmir, the sources said Indias position on this issue was very well articulated and well known to all its friends and interlocutors. We are very clear in our mind that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and if there are any issues pertaining to the state, these have been in past and can be addressed bilaterally. In past also we have been discussing this issue bilaterally with Pakistan, a source said. On attempts by Pakistan to rake this issue at the international fora such as UNGA, the sources said it is not something which is unexpected. According to a report in The Times of India, the war of words between India and Pakistan over the situation in J&K has intensified further with New Delhi rejecting resolutions passed by Pakistans National Assembly and Senate condemning what it described as Indian brutality and human rights violations in J&K and pledging moral, political and diplomatic support for the peoples movement. We have seen reports of resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir that have been passed in the National Assembly and the Senate of Pakistan. We reject these resolutions. They have no locus standi on what is purely an internal affair of India, Indian External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vishnu Prakash said. For the second time in the past few days, India said it was crucial for Pakistan to fulfil its stated commitment of not allowing territory under its control to be used for alleged terrorism directed against India in any manner. In the spirit of true rationality, India desires good neighbourly relations with Pakistan. We are committed to resolving all outstanding issues through dialogue, the spokesperson added.