Seeing this new map of unbroken India, the restlessness of many countries has also increased. In Pakistan, there is a lot of discussion about this map of unbroken India installed in the new Parliament of India. But another neighboring country Nepal is also worried about this.
May 28 is the date when the country got the new Parliament House. Prime Minister Narendra Modi installed Sengol, a symbol of the transfer of power, in the new Parliament House. Along with this, PM Modi gave a direct message in the new Parliament and said that India has to be made a developed nation in the next 25 years. A picture of the new Parliament House remains in constant discussion. In fact, a map of united India is also displayed in the new Parliament House. Seeing this new map of unbroken India, the restlessness of many countries has also increased. In Pakistan, there is a lot of discussion about this map of unbroken India installed in the new Parliament of India. But another neighboring country Nepal is also worried about this.
Ruckus on unbroken India in Nepal
The new map installed in the Parliament House reflects the concept of ‘Akhand Bharat’. That is, Lumbini, the birthplace of Lord Buddha, is shown among places of cultural and religious importance that exist outside the boundaries of modern India. This has intensified the protests in Nepal. Nepal’s former Prime Minister Baburam Bhattarai said in a statement that the map has the potential to further exacerbate the trust deficit that has already plagued bilateral relations between most of India’s closest neighbours. At the same time, former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who followed the instructions of China, even demanded the Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda to take up this issue with the Indian leadership on his visit to India.
Pakistan also expressed concern
Pakistani Foreign Ministry has also opposed the map. We are shocked by the statements of some BJP leaders including a Union Minister linking with ‘Akhand Bharat’. Foreign Office spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said the unnecessary claim of ‘Akhand Bharat’ is a manifestation of a revisionist and expansionist mindset that seeks to subjugate the identity and culture of not only India’s neighboring countries but also its own religious minorities . The spokesperson of the Pakistan Foreign Ministry, while giving unsolicited advice, said that Indian leaders should not indulge in rhetoric against other countries.