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Kashmir and Ladakh separate from India on WHO map, Indians erupt

by News Monks

Again after a certain time the map controversy has come under discussion. The World Health Organization has distinguished Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh from India in one of its maps. This color coded map has been placed on the official website of WHO. In which Indian states are shown in blue. While Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are shown in gray.

Indian tourists in Britain have expressed displeasure over the global organization’s map. The new Union Territory is marked in gray on the map. While other states of India are shown in blue. In addition, the disputed part of Aksai Chin is depicted in gray. In which a yellow stripe is drawn. This map is available in the WHO’s Covid-19 dashboard.

However, in terms of country, it shows which country has the most confirmed cases of the global corona epidemic and how many people have died. However, following the controversy over the map, the organization made it clear that it had complied with UN orders. That is to understand and look at the map accordingly. Pankaj, an IT consultant living in London, UK, was the first to see the map. Shared the map in a WhatsApp group. “I was shocked to see Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh in a different light,” he told an English newspaper. China may be behind this. Because, he is feeding this global organization.

“I am surprised to see this picture,” Pankaj said. A global organization can do the same. I realize, China is funding this global organization. Whose amount is too large. While Pakistan is taking loans from China. It seems to me that China is behind this. Because China’s influence on this global organization could have a big impact. Nandini Singh, head of social media at tourist group Reach India, has also reacted. He also said that instead of thanking India for what it had done against Corona, it was trying to hurt India. The organization should apologize for this and admit this mistake. India has helped the world with PPE kits and potential vaccines.

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