Saudi to hold emergency OIC meeting on plight of India occupied Kashmir

      Published on Thursday, 2 January , 2020      472 Views     
Saudi to hold emergency OIC meeting on plight of India occupied Kashmir

Saudi Arabia has agreed to lend its weight on the problem of Kashmir by holding a particular assembly of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to debate issues associated to the Indian occupied territory.

The transfer, which is seen as a blow to India’s ultra-right-wing Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is believed to have been influenced by Pakistan and is being seen as quid professional quo for Islamabad’s resolution to again out of the latest Islamic summit hosted by Malaysia.

Riyadh additionally refused to participate within the occasion.

Arab and Pakistani media reported that Pakistan’s resolution to snub the Malaysia summit, the place Muslim world leaders have been congregating, was taken after a go to to Saudi Arabia, throughout which Prime Minister Imran Khan met King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman.

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The Pakistani official was persuaded to maintain away after listening to Saudi issues that the summit was being held to undermine the OIC and Saudi.

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad dismissed Riyad’s declare and insisted that the summit, attended by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, would look to search out new methods in coping with crises going through the Muslim world.

A deal to snub the Malaysia summit in return for getting the Saudis to carry a particular assembly on Kashmir is prone to be seen by Pakistan as a small victory. Regardless of its shut ties with Riyadh, Islamabad has watched one in every of its strongest allies transferring ever nearer to one in every of its predominant rivals by means of new financial and safety ties.

This burgeoning ties between Saudi and India is happening whereas tensions between Islamabad and New Delhi are the best they’ve been in recent times on account of India’s annexation of Kashmir. Riyadh has expressed issues over the deteriorating human rights within the valley however has achieved little else to impede resurgent far-right Hindu nationalists.

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Below Modi, a devotee of Hindu nationalism often known as Hindutva, India’s secular structure is being torn aside in pursuit of a dogmatic non secular state. Their objective is regarded as at least the reformation of India as an ethno-religious state affording particular rights and privileges to Hindus inside a multi-tier system of citizenship.

Whereas Thousands and thousands of Muslims face the specter of being made second class residents if not made utterly stateless by means of new nationwide registry methods, it has been enterprise as common for Saudi Arabia, despite the fact that royals in Riyadh current themselves as leaders of the Muslim world when it serves their soft-power pursuits.

Indian sources nonetheless are reporting a diplomatic coup for India in regards to the OIC assembly.

Solutions are that the assembly has been downgrade to the extent of international ministers as an alternative of a summit between leaders of member international locations.

Category Government | 2020/01/02 latest update at 12:51 PM
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