The World Well being Organisation (WHO) map displaying Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as separate from India has sparked an argument with the Indian authorities taking offence on the “inaccurate depiction”
Indian has raised the matter with the organisation.
Stories mentioned the problem was raised by Indian envoy to United Nations in Geneva, Indramani Pandey, with WHO Director Common Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
Pandey has expressed “deep displeasure” on the WHO transfer and sought its chief’s “instant intervention” for “removing of maps” which have been inaccurately depicting the boundaries of India and changing them with “correct maps”.
That is the third time in a month that India has raised this challenge with the WHO.
WHO had issued a colour-coded map of nations to point out the newest pandemic numbers. The map has depicted Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as separate from the Indian mainland.
WHO exhibits India as navy blue, whereas Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh have been colored gray as a separate area.
WHO has been criticised closely by US and different international locations for siding with China throughout the Covid 19 pandemic. US President Donald Trump had known as WHO a “puppet of China”.