Pakistan Approves New Map, Included All Disputed Territories As Part Of Pakistan
New Delhi : Pakistan’s Imran Khan government has approved the disputed map. Pakistan has described Kashmir as its own in the map. Earlier Pakistan used to refer only to PoK as its share, but now Kashmir has been included in the new map. Pakistan has claimed Ladakh, Siachen and Junagadh of Gujarat in the new map.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan called it the most historic day in the history of Pakistan. The disputed map was approved by Imran Khan’s cabinet. After the cabinet meeting, Imran Khan released a new political map. Kashmir has been described as part of Pakistan in the map.
Before Pakistan, Nepal has done a similar act. He also approved the disputed map, which included Kalapani, Lipulekh and Limpiyadhura of India. Nepal released the disputed map on 20 May, which has also been approved by the parliament there. It is now preparing to send this disputed map to the international community including the United Nations Organization (UNO) and Google.
Pakistan has released this disputed map just one day before the completion of one year of the removal of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. On 5 August last year, the Modi government took a historic decision to remove Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir. Pakistan’s disappointment was also seen after India’s move. He had also pleaded in front of the world. And now to please the people of his country, he has released a new map. Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that the new map will be included in the curriculum of schools.