China wants India and Pakistan to join hands, says Chinese Envoy

Cheryl Sanders
October 20, 2019

India lambasted Pakistan for raising the Jammu and Kashmir issue on a United Nations platform, saying that the country only makes rhetoric to maintain its perverted agenda and is always engaged in framing charges.

PM Modi's trip to Ankara would have been his first stand-alone visit to Turkey.

Addressing a public rally in Maharashtra's Satara, PM Modi said, "In the last 5 years, our government has brought our armed forces at par with the armed forces of other countries". He was to comprise proceeded to Turkey from Saudi Arabia, the set he is occurring October 27-28 to abet a mega-funding summit.

"The decision would bring in integration, inclusion, investment, industry and innovation in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh", the Prime Minister said.

"In Chennai, President Xi Jinping had in-depth communication on the regional situation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and encouraged all parties concerned to solve the current issues through dialogue", he added without any mention of Kashmir. He had held a bilateral with Erdogan in Osaka, on the sidelines of the G20 in June this year. To keep the country on a check, India has also cemented its ties with three of Turkey's neighbours - Cyprus, Armenia, and Greece.

On the Modi-Xi informal summit in Mamallapuram, where the Kashmir issue was not discussed, Wang said the two leaders have charted out targets and directions for strengthening practical cooperation between China and India.

"As the world watches the worst violation of human rights in IOJK, Modi is now fearful, because he knows the moment the siege is lifted, there will be a bloodbath - which would be the only way to subdue the Kashmiri people", said the prime minister.

India is known to have cancelled an order for two naval ships it had inked with Turkey, in retaliation of Erdogan's Kashmir comments.

On the Financial Movement Assignment Force meeting too, Turkey and Malaysia, alongside with China, comprise brazenly backed Pakistan, which was wonderful in getting Islamabad a lifeline of four months till February 2020 to "get rid of" money laundering and terrorist financing. Their move came despite the Asia Pacific Group, sub group having recommended a downgrade for Pakistan for having fallen miserably short in its measures to curb money laundering and terrorist financing.

"For the past 30 years, during nearly all the presidential and other visits from both countries, both sides had agreed that Kashmir will be resolved bilaterally through the Shimla Agreement".

India has also sharply criticised Turkey's military operations in Syria earlier this week. "Nonetheless now it looks to be they are slowly reviving the navy ties with Pakistan, which is a topic of mutter", he added.

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