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Indian consultant storms out of SCO assembly in protest to Pakistan showcasing ‘fictitious map’ of the area


India and Pakistan accused one another of violating the protocol of the Shanghai Cooperation Group (SCO), as New Delhi protested Islamabad’s use of its “official map” of the area.

The nationwide safety adviser to the Indian authorities, Ajit Doval, abruptly walked out of a digital SCO assembly hosted by its chair Russia. The incident occurred as a result of Pakistan had “intentionally projected a fictitious map that Pakistan has lately been propagating,” India’s International Ministry spokesperson Anurag Srivastava defined.

He said that Pakistan’s gesture violated “the norms of the assembly,” after which India determined go away “in protest at that juncture.”

A screenshot from the digital assembly that was printed within the Indian media confirmed an empty chair subsequent to an Indian flag.

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Islamabad, in the meantime, blasted India’s conduct through the convention name. Pakistan’s International Ministry spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri mentioned that India “tried to vitiate the ambiance by objecting to Pakistan’s official map.”

“The map reaffirms Pakistan’s dedication to the UN Safety Council Resolutions and the supremacy of the UN Constitution,” he instructed the media.

The Pakistani authorities unveiled its new “political map” final month, which confirmed the entire territory of disputed Kashmir as a part of Pakistan. It additionally positioned elements of India’s Gujarat State in Pakistan’s area.
Prime Minister Imran Khan then mentioned that the map illustrated the nation’s “nationwide aspirations” and affirmed the solidarity with the individuals of Kashmir.

The map was instantly denounced by New Delhi as “political absurdity” that had no authorized foundation.

The SCO was based in 2001 by China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. India and Pakistan joined in 2017.

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