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G-20 conference in occupied Jammu & Kashmir is a diplomatic error of India

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Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India tried to assert his diplomatic provocation by holding the G-20 summit in the Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir. He hoped that the move will stamp Indian claim on J&K, especially after the revocation J&K autonomy protected in the article 370 of the Indian constitution. Aggressive diplomatic endeavors are always risky. Therefore, the diplomacy remains a two edged process.

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With China and other countries boycotting the G-20 summit, the diplomatic assertion by India is slowly transforming into a diplomatic retreat cum error. With the decision of Modi, the issue of J&K is highlighted internationally against the interest of India. Pakistan has over the years been trying to internationalize the J&K issue whereas India always tried to keep it silent.

J&K is a disputed international territory and India can not change the disputed position. It is one of the unfinished agenda of partition of India. Therefore, its resolution according to the will of the people of J&K in line with UN resolutions is critical for the peace and stability of the region. It is a diplomatic success of Pakistan that it has realized the members of G- 20 not to participate in the summit scheduled to be held on disputed territory.

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