Pakistan on Sunday utilized the SAARC countries video gathering on coronavirus to raise Kashmir, with the nation’s State Minister of Health Zafar Mirza calling for prompt lifting of the “lockdown” there to permit infection control measures.
Aside from Mirza, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, Nepalese Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli, Bhutanese head Lotay Tshering, Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheik Hasina, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, took an interest in the video meeting.
The fundamental message of the video meeting was unitedly taking on the pandemic, yet Pakistan utilized the event to raise Kashmir, with Mirza requiring the “lockdown” to be lifted in Jammu and Kashmir to manage the coronavirus risk.
“Value in wellbeing is a basic guideline of general wellbeing. Right now, me state that it involves worry that COVID-19 has been accounted for” from Jammu and Kashmir and considering the wellbeing crisis, it is basic that all “lockdown” there must be lifted right away,
“Opening up correspondence and development would encourage dispersal of data, permit circulation of clinical supplies and permit containment…to continue unhampered,” Special Assistant to Pakistani Prime Minister on Health Mirza said.
Approaching the SAARC countries to set a model for the world, Modi had connected with the eight-part local gathering and pitched for a video meeting among its pioneers to chalk out a solid procedure to battle coronavirus, which has murdered about 5,000 individuals internationally.
His intrigue got a brief reaction from Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa, Maldivian President Solih, Nepalese Prime Minister Oli, Bhutanese chief Tshering, Bangladeshi Prime Minister Hasina and the Afghan government, every one of whom invited the proposition.