29 October 2020.
India receives such ‘Diwali gift’ from Saudi Arabia that Pakistan’s tension will increase
According to media reports, on 21–22 November, Saudi Arabia issued a 20 riyals banknote for its chairmanship of organizing the G20 summit.
Although there is still time for Deepawali to come, but before that, India has received a Diwali gift from Saudi Arabia which will increase the tension of Pakistan. Significantly, on Wednesday, PoK activist Amjad Ayub Mirza said that Saudi Arabia has removed Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan from the map of Pakistan. Taking this, he shared a photo that captioned “Saudi Arabia’s Diwali gift to India missing Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir from Pakistan map.”
The note has a photo of Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz on the front and a slogan. The second part map shows the G20 countries in different colors. Apart from PoK, Gilgit and Baltistan were not described as part of Pakistan. Media reports say Saudi Arabia’s move is nothing short of an attempt to humiliate Pakistan
In September, the Foreign Ministry said that they had seen the report about the so-called “Gilgit-Baltistan” assembly elections to be held on 15 November and expressed strong objection to it. The Ministry of External Affairs said, the Government of India expressed strong opposition to the Government of Pakistan and reiterated that Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are an integral part of India, including the so-called Gilgit and Baltistan.
Congress and Farooq Abdullah’s beautiful dream of re-introducing Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir with the help of China: Congress is trying to revive article 370 by adding famous raga by famous journalist Karan Thapar In an interview given for The Wire, Farooq Abdullah said that Kashmiri Indians do not feel like Chinese rule is preferred.
The traitorous speech of the same interview has been repeated by Farooq Abdullah in an interview given to India Today. During a conversation with India Today, China has never supported the decision to abolish Article 370 and we hope that it (Article 370) can be restored with the help of China itself.
‘Diwali Gift’ of Saudi Arabia to India, removes Gilgit-Baltistan and Kashmir from Pakistan’s map
On 24 October, Saudi Arabia issued a 20 rial banknote to its chairmanship of organizing the G20 summit from 21–22 November 2020.
The world map displayed on the back of the issued banknote does not show Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) and Kashmir as parts of Pakistan. The region of Kashmir disputed between India and Pakistan for the last 70 years. .
Part of it is in Pakistan and the other part is with India, and both countries are on boil since 5 August 2019, when India’s PM Narendra Modi removed Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, which gave it special status, China Also got involved in this process. .
According to the official KSA stand, Gilgit-Baltistan and Yiddishthaddwam are now independent nations. The move by the Islamic Kingdom is a slap in the face of Pakistan, which released a new political map of the country on 5 August 2020, and called New Delhi a ‘political irrationality’.
Saudi Arabia’s priorities are clearly with India, as the state is expected to invest USD 15 billion in India’s Reliance Industries, as reported by the Economic Times on August 10, 2020. In a USD 60 billion oil refinery in India.
India’s mega investment in Pakistan, while rejecting any financial support to Pakistan, is certainly nothing short of a ‘double-Diwali explosion’ that India has been waiting for for ages.
The KSA’s move is nothing short of an attempt to humiliate Pakistan, which is also conducive to its new assault. In the new world order, America stands against Pakistan, as India is, and KSA should help America finally join China
Pakistan and Congress
According to media reports, on 21–22 November, Saudi Arabia issued a 20 riyals banknote for its chairmanship of the G20 summit. After reading this note, the senses of Pakistan and Congress party will fly away
India is already quite ready to replace the vacuum with its workforce. Thus, the KSA, Israel and India are expected to have a ‘spring’ in the Gulf region in the coming days.