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Pak propaganda punctured, 57 delegates from 27 countries attend Srinagar G20 summit
5/25/2023 10:30:57 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, May 25: The vicious campaign launched by Pakistan against the holding of the G20 summit in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir received a severe setback as the Srinagar meeting of the Tourism Working Group witnessed a record participation of participants as compared to the two previous meetings held at Rann of Kutch in Gujarat and Siliguri in West Bengal.
As many as 57 participants from 27 countries attended the just concluded G20 summit in Srinagar.
Ahead of the meeting, Pakistan was running a consistent social media campaign against G20 and Y20 meetings in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). The Pakistani anti-G20 campaign was supported by some Canada-based political parties, Khalistani organizations, and the Srinagar-based All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC).
Reports said that a number of Pakistani handles under fake names were promoting anti-G20 propaganda against India. This was besides the diplomatic offensive that Pakistan had been running since at least June 2022 against India’s presidentship of the G20.
Pakistan had urged allies, including China, Turkey, and Saudi Arabia to boycott the G20 meetings being hosted by India in J&K. It has also played up the Muslim sentiment saying that Muslim countries should support Pakistan over the Kashmir G20 meetings.
To divert the attention of its population from the ongoing “civil war” in the country, Pakistan tried to disrupt the G20 meeting in Kashmir. Pakistan has objected to India’s decision to hold a G20 meeting in Kashmir.
Sharing details of the successful event, the Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Thursday said that the three-day meeting of 57 delegates from 27 countries in Srinagar has infused new enthusiasm and new confidence among the people.
“The way every section of the society enthusiastically participated in the G20 event is a sign of the rise of new and emerging Jammu Kashmir,” the Lt Governor observed.
“The G20 meet was a joyous occasion for the people of UT and overwhelming response, participation, and achievements have been possible because of hard work of our citizens and collectively they have brightened J&K’s image in the world,” the Lt Governor said.
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