Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Chennai today to attend second informal meet with President of China Xi Jinping. Red carpet has been set at Mahabalipuram for xi Jinping. He will reach after 2pm. This summit in result will strengthen the ties between India and China. “Landed in Chennai. I am happy to be in the great land of Tamil Nadu, known for its wonderful culture and hospitality,” he said in tweets in English, Tamil and Chinese.
There is one specific person who is very effected by this summit and the name of person is Imran Khan Prime Minister of Pakistan. After knowing about this meeting, he expressed disappointment at the international media coverage of the situation of Jammu & Kashmir. Comparing between Hong Kong fights and Kashmir lockdown, PM Imran Khan blamed international media continues to give headline coverage about Hong Kong protest but ignore the situation of Kashmir.
“For over two months with a complete blackout of communications, thousands imprisoned, including entire spectrum of political leadership plus children, & a growing humanitarian crisis,” Imran Khan tweeted on Friday as he mentioned the UNSC resolutions yet again.
Imran Khan had earlier met President Xi Jinping. Joint statement was released after their meeting, saying that China is paying close attention to the situation of Kashmir. After the meeting Congress criticized Narendra Modi Government for failing to stop china for interfering in internal matters of India. These matters should be handled internally, Congress said.
Things that Xi Jinping said about Kashmir situation:
- We are watching pro-democracy protests muzzled in Hong Kong.
- We are watching human rights violations in Xinjiang.
- We are watching continued oppression in Tibet.
- We are watching South China Sea.
Congress leader Manish Tewari Tweeted “why does India not raise issues of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, human rights violations in Xinjiang like China continues to express concern on Kashmir”.
Statements after meeting between Imran Khan and Xi jinping are:
“Reaffirming that there was no military solution in Afghanistan, the two sides agreed that peace and stability in Afghanistan was vital for regional security and expressed satisfaction at the important outcomes of the Third China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Foreign Minister’s Dialogue held in Islamabad on September 7, 2019. The Chinese side appreciated Pakistan’s efforts in promoting peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan,” MOFA joint statement said.
“Both sides maintained that an inclusive, and Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process would be key to bring peace and stability in the country,” the statement added.