Modi Goverment Cancel Its Two Days Visit In Turkey

After President Erdogan remarks, Indian press reported that Ankara’s 45,000-ton fleet support ships (FSS) bargain for the Indian Navy, estimated to cost $2.3 billion, was anticipated to be put on hold. Modi had visited Turkey during the G20 Summit in Antalya. He had held talks at Osaka, on the sidelines of the G20 in June this year.

The leader had paid a trip to India in July 2018. Situation in Occupied Kashmir took an ugly turn when India withdrew constitutional provisions on August 5 which gave Kashmir and Jammu autonomy than any other state. New Delhi insists that its move in August was crucial bring growth to the Himalayan region and to incorporate Kashmir fully, but there is discontent and anger among several locals over the decision.

India flooded the region with additional troops, and enforced curfew-like limitations to keep a lid on protests. Following introducing a parliamentary bill to revoke its status that led to a lockdown in valley that was held now india has deployed tens of thousands of troops. (Karachi) The Indian authorities has cancelled a two-day official visit to Ankara by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the background of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s UNGA speech a month at which he criticised India’s move on Article 370 in Occupied Kashmir, local press reported.

Cellular telephone and internet connections in the Kashmir valley remain cut off although many curbs, including those on motion have been eased. Kashmiris have come out on to the streets, and other institutions in the held valley and stores have remained mostly shuttered in protests against the status’ withdrawal. Erdogan raised the Kashmir issue at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and also backed Pakistan at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) meet in Paris, after which India has decided to ingnore the Turkey.

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