SCO meeting shows fake map of Pakistan, NSA Ajit Doval walkout
India walked out of a virtual meeting at the level of National Security Adviser (NSA) member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) on
India walked out of a virtual meeting at the level of National Security Adviser (NSA) member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) on Tuesday. India’s NSA Ajit Doval took the step after the Pakistani representative showed the wrong map. In this map, the whole of Jammu and Kashmir, Junagadh and Sir Creek as well as Pakistan were declared as their own.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said, “The Pakistani NSA has deliberately presented a fictitious map at the meeting of national security advisers of Russia’s hosting SCO member countries, which Pakistan has been promoting for some time now.” “This ignores the advice given by the host and violates the rules of the meeting.” After consulting with the host, the Indian side protested and left the meeting. ”
“As expected, Pakistan immediately had misleading views about the meeting,” Srivastava said. On August 4, Pakistan released a new map covering the whole of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh and parts of Gujarat. Are included. Pakistan published it a day before the first anniversary of the neutralization of Article 3 of Article 3, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan does not currently have an officially appointed National Security Adviser. Moed Yusuf represented the country at the national meeting. Before the State Department spokesman’s remarks, Yusuf tweeted, “Surprisingly, my Indian opponents came out of the speeches of Pakistan and Russia.” It left a bad experience on the stage, with the whole consciousness cooperating. “
Yusuf further tweeted that he highlighted that unilateral and illegal acts in the internationally recognized disputed region are a threat to regional peace and prosperity.