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In a twist of turns, Ajit Doval who is India’s one of the most famous ex-R&AW operative and now currently serving as the National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of India leaves the Shanghai Corporation Organization [SCO] meeting after seeing the Pakistani delegation placing the new official map of Pakistan, which again re-attributes Pakistan’s stance on Indian Occupied Kashmir.

Pakistani delegation was headed by Doctor Moeed Yousaf, who previously served at the US Institute of Peace and currently serving as the PM of Pakistan’s advisory on Foreign and Security issues.


Ajit Doval, from the Indian side, left the meeting in order to protest that the map should not be placed behind the Pakistani delegation and that Pakistan’s assumption to re-raise the issue of Kashmir is unacceptable, as India believes that Kashmir is an internal matter and should be left likewise.


Did his walk-out from the meeting was productive or not, It hard to gather but one thing is for sure the absence of India is clearly obvious, which to his surprise is doing the quite opposite. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss possible security collaboration between the SCO members. SCO’s National Security Advisor’s [NSA] meeting is held in order to discuss regional security collaboration between the member states.

Pakistan has always stood with the people of Kashmir, and will rightfully do so in the near future. There is only one peaceful solution to Kashmir which is to let the Kashmiris decide which side they want to go or have an independent Kashmir altogether. Unless India gives them their right, Pakistan will raise the Kashmir issue at every present forum.
 

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Next meeting, Pakistan will surely not have that map in the background.

Pakistani politicizing every forum. It killed SAARC with its constant Kashmir rhetoric. Now they are turning to SCO. This leaves a bad taste for other participants who are not bothered about our issues.
 
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What a childish move by india. India itself takes unilateral moves, issues maps that even enraged its ally nepal and then they "walk out" from an online meeting just coz the Pakistani NSA had a Pakistani map on the wall of his office. What morons, Why doesn't india leave SCO all together?
 

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Next meeting, Pakistan will surely not have that map in the background.

Pakistani politicizing every forum. It killed SAARC with its constant Kashmir rhetoric. Now they are turning to SCO. This leaves a bad taste for other participants who are not bothered about our issues.
India doesn't need SAARC, apparently you have BIMSTEC. Or has india ruined that too?

Good way to kick out the American Poodle from the SCO.
 

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Next meeting, Pakistan will surely not have that map in the background.

Pakistani politicizing every forum. It killed SAARC with its constant Kashmir rhetoric. Now they are turning to SCO. This leaves a bad taste for other participants who are not bothered about our issues.
Looks like the map is here to stay - Pakistan as a state has the right to display its flag and map.

About SAARC, who refused to let Pakistan host when it was Pakistan’s turn in 2016 - India itself walked out from the summit due to incidents in Kashmir.
 

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In a twist of turns, Ajit Doval who is India’s one of the most famous ex-R&AW operative and now currently serving as the National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of India leaves the Shanghai Corporation Organization [SCO] meeting after seeing the Pakistani delegation placing the new official map of Pakistan, which again re-attributes Pakistan’s stance on Indian Occupied Kashmir.

Pakistani delegation was headed by Doctor Moeed Yousaf, who previously served at the US Institute of Peace and currently serving as the PM of Pakistan’s advisory on Foreign and Security issues.


Ajit Doval, from the Indian side, left the meeting in order to protest that the map should not be placed behind the Pakistani delegation and that Pakistan’s assumption to re-raise the issue of Kashmir is unacceptable, as India believes that Kashmir is an internal matter and should be left likewise.


Did his walk-out from the meeting was productive or not, It hard to gather but one thing is for sure the absence of India is clearly obvious, which to his surprise is doing the quite opposite. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss possible security collaboration between the SCO members. SCO’s National Security Advisor’s [NSA] meeting is held in order to discuss regional security collaboration between the member states.

Pakistan has always stood with the people of Kashmir, and will rightfully do so in the near future. There is only one peaceful solution to Kashmir which is to let the Kashmiris decide which side they want to go or have an independent Kashmir altogether. Unless India gives them their right, Pakistan will raise the Kashmir issue at every present forum.
very good action by indian security adviser , kashmir is integral part of india .
 

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Next meeting, Pakistan will surely not have that map in the background.

Pakistani politicizing every forum. It killed SAARC with its constant Kashmir rhetoric. Now they are turning to SCO. This leaves a bad taste for other participants who are not bothered about our issues.
Interesting, that India sent its NSA to a SCO meeting instead of a minister or secretary.

Still, Pakistan is desperate for diplomatic support of its failing Kashmir policy, and is raising the issue in every forum possible. UAE and Bahrain recognizing Israel helps India immensely on this front.
 

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