Pakistan's another notorious act, controversial map presented in SCO meeting, Ajit Doval left the discussion in the middle
India said that it was a violation of the rules of the meeting, after negotiating with the host Russia, Bharat protested and walked out of the meeting.
15th September, 2020
Pakistan is constantly creating confusion in front of the world. The Indian Foreign Ministry said that in a meeting of the National Cooperation Advisors of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), Pakistan deliberately introduced a controversial map. Which Pakistan is promoting today.
After Pakistan presented the disputed map, India said that it was a violation of the rules of the meeting, after negotiating with the host Russia, Bharat walked out of the meeting protesting. The meeting was chaired by India's National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, who protested after Pakistan presented a disputed map and dropped out of the discussion. The Foreign Ministry of India reported that Russia was chairing this Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting.
At the same time, it has been said from Russia that we do not support what Pakistan has done. Russia said it hoped that Pakistan's actions would not affect India's relations with the SCO.
Pakistan shows Ladakh, Jammu Kashmir and Junagadh in its map
Please tell that Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan released a new map of Pakistan during a meeting in early August. In this new disputed map, Pakistan had laid claim to Ladakh, Siachen in Jammu and Kashmir and Junagadh in Gujarat. Pakistan has been continuously promoting this map ever since.
Significantly, the SCO is a permanent inter-governmental international organization, which aims to maintain peace, security and stability in the region concerned. The SCO currently has eight members in China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, India and Pakistan. In addition, four observer countries are Afghanistan, Belarus, Iran and Mongolia.