Doval walks out of SCO NSAs’ meet over ‘new’ Pakistan map


Sandeep Dikshit

Tribune News Service

New Delhi, September 15

On a day when the Kashmir situation was raised at two worldwide boards, National Security Adviser (NSA) Ajit Doval walked out of a digital assembly of SCO NSAs after Pakistan’s consultant sat earlier than a “new” political map that confirmed Kashmir and Junagadh as a part of its territory.

Doval first consulted with the host, on this case the Russian NSA, earlier than strolling out of the convention. Later, the Ministry of External Affairs stated the show of the map was “a blatant disregard to the advisory by the host against it and in violation of the norms of the meeting”.

“After consultation with the host, the Indian side left the meeting in protest at that juncture,” admitted MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava. It was claimed that India had additionally raised objections to the show of Pakistan’s new political map within the background throughout a check name three days again.

After Doval walked out, the assembly carried on with the “new map” of Pakistan which was a continuing characteristic behind its NSA on the videoconference.

The MEA stated the Pakistani NSA had “deliberately projected a fictitious map” that Pakistan has lately been propagating.  “As was to be expected, Pakistan then went on to present a misleading view of this meeting,” added Srivastava.

In Geneva, UN Human Right Council chief Michelle Bachelet’s observations on Kashmir have been sought to be rebutted by diplomat Indramani Pandey who claimed folks within the UT of J&Ok have been having fun with the identical elementary rights as folks in remainder of nation ever since adjustments have been rung in on August 5 final 12 months.

He additionally sought a sympathetic view due to the “enormity of the challenges that India faces due to a large and very diverse population of 1.3 billion” and wished the HRC to behave “as our partner in a cooperative and constructive spirit in our endeavour to secure all basic human rights for our people”.

Bachelot, a two-time President of Chile and a sufferer of torture by its military, had expressed issues over continued arbitrary detention of many individuals.

Saudi Arabia and Pakistan appears to have made up as Pakistan delivered the assertion on behalf of the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC). Its envoy Khalil Hashmi promptly raised the difficulty of J&Ok on behalf of OIC.



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