New Delhi, July 4
War of words between India and Pakistan over Gilgit-Baltistan is exacerbated in a time of heightened tensions on the lake amid calls in new Delhi to go beyond mere statements. Pakistan plans to hold elections in Gilgit-Baltistan in the next month, which India has opposed saying that it was part of India and that Islamabad should return to the area.
This region is also the question of a dispute with China, which built the Karakorum highway Pakistan, which allows easy access to military supplies across the land. The highway and the Pakistani occupation of Gilgit-Baltistan has denied India Land access to Central Asia. India, a serious view of the forthcoming elections, urging the Pakistani diplomat to protest against Supreme court of Pakistan as “Gilgit-Baltistan”.
Recently, the national Advisory member of the Security Council Tilak DeVasher urged new Delhi to move beyond a cosmetic exercise, including Gilgit-Baltistan in the Weather Bulletin. — TNS
- The area of the part of India, wants to be returned Islamabad
- Also the problem of the dispute with China, which built the highway
- The Karakoram highway allows easy access to Pak military goods through land
Work on the Hindu temple of Pak stopped
Islamabad: The authorities in Islamabad had stopped construction on the site of the first Hindu temple in the city, not having an approved plan of the building, according to a report by the media. At the groundbreaking ceremony of the temple was carried out by the parliamentary Secretary Lal Chand Malhi recently. The power of capital construction stopped construction of the border wall. — PTI
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