Beggars? Woah you see migrant workers as beggars. Your country depends on these 'beggars' windy.We also wonder as why super duper India with claims of approaching Trillion dollar economy and hundred of billions stacked away in the treasury....why does it resort to sending beggars to Muslim countries.
Looks like Al Sauds decided for you. But stay quiet, don't insult Saudis.Pakistan’s always asked for a plebiscite
What Pakistan depends on Indian beggars .Beggars? Woah you see migrant workers as beggars. Your country depends on these 'beggars' windy.
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this is an irrelevant thread ... saudis has thrown their lot with India. they need markets for what is expected to be declining demand for hydrocarbonsIndia has communicated its "serious concern" to Saudi Arabia over "incorrect depiction of India's external territorial boundaries" in a banknote issued recently by the middle-eastern country, the External Affairs ministry said today.
The note, issued by Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority on October 24 to mark the occasion of Saudi presidency of the G20, omitted Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh from India in a world map, said the Ministry of External Affairs in a press briefing.
The note depicted Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as separate territory, distorting the Indian map, which many also perceived a major Saudi diplomatic snub to Pakistan.
"I would like to further reiterate that the entire Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are integral parts of India," the ministry spokesperson said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tried to strengthen ties with Suadi Arabia in a bid to put pressure on Pakistan, one of the closest allies of the Arab nation. Last year, the Prime Minister also did away with protocols to welcome Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at a New Delhi airport.
India conveys strong protest to Saudia Arabia for removing Jammu Kashmir, Ladakh from Indian map on special G20 banknote | Indiablooms - First Portal on Digital News ManagementNew Delhi/IBNS: India has communicated its "serious concern" to Saudi Arabia over "incorrect depiction of India's external territorial boundaries" in a banknote issued recently by the middle-eastern country, the External Affairs ministry said today.www.indiablooms.com
Well said... HT was lastly reporting that KSA actually offended Pakistan or favoured India in new bank note. I said it before that be it India or some of our politicians; they do celebrate before time and then embarrasses themselves later. Exactly happened here.Waiting for another PMLN statement so that celebrations can be held early.