Modi's call for a joint war against SAARC countries

Modi's call for a joint war against SAARC countries
Modi's call for a joint war against SAARC countries

Modi's call for a joint war against SAARC countries
 

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called for SAARC countries to join the fight against Morona Corona. In that case, Pakistan does not exist. Imran Khan's government, however, has long sought India's favor. That is, Delhi-Islamabad feels the need to come closer to preventing the epidemic corona, forgetting the old hostility.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on SAARC countries to work shoulder to shoulder in multiple tweets on Friday. He also proposed to hold a video conference on Corona with top leaders of the countries. In the words of the Prime Minister, 'the Corona virus has spread throughout the world right now. Fighting the unity of SAARC countries is a difficult task now. We can create different outlines to deal with Corona. We can set a strong strategic policy. Anyway, you have to stand up against Corona. ' In addition to this, he has offered talks among top leaders of SAARC countries through video conferencing.
The number of coronary infections is increasing in India. Right now the number has dropped to 5. One has died. Until the last news, 21 people have been attacked in Pakistan. In Bangladesh, six were placed on the list of suspects. Coroner's presence was reported in the bodies of three of them. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), six people have been attacked in Maldives, five in Afghanistan and one each in Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bhutan by March 5. These eight countries include SAARC. Modi said on Twitter this day, "We have a responsibility to protect the health of the people of South Asia." All should come forward to ensure that security. '
Pakistan has already taken various steps to combat Corona. Quarantine camps have been set up in Balochistan for citizens returning from Iraq-Iran or Arab countries. Prime Minister Imran Khan also canceled a series of urgent meetings. At that meeting, he directed the Department of Disaster Management to take necessary steps. While interviewing Pak Express, The Express Tribune, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Aisha Farooqi said, "Islamabad is prepared to fight the Corona virus." At the same time, I am seeking cooperation from neighboring countries including India. We too are ready to extend our cooperation. ” Modi also called for a joint war between the SAARC countries against Corona and reinforced Pakistan's call that a large section of diplomats believed. In the words of Modi, the best way to prevent coronation is to work together. We can find that path through discussion. '
India's relations with Pakistan in the aftermath of the Pulwama scandal have pushed it to the bottom. Islamabad was constantly against Jammu and Kashmir's special status or against the Modi government in protest of the CAA. They have also tried to influence the international stage against India. Now India and Pakistan are speaking in a similar tone among the coronation-stricken countries. The diplomats are focused on how effective this tune plays in the coming days to improve the relations between the two countries.