From Chabahar Port project to protests in PoK, India made its stand clear, know what was said

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi : India on Friday said a 'narrow view' should not be adopted on the long-term agreement between India and Iran on the Chabahar port project as it will benefit landlocked Afghanistan, Central Asia and the entire region. The comments by External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal come days after the US warned of sanctions after India and Iran approve the deal. India and Iran on Monday signed a 10-year agreement that facilitates Indian operations at the Chabahar port.

Other countries also join India's commitment

Jaiswal said India's commitment towards Chabahar port is to harness its potential as a connectivity hub for Afghanistan and Central Asian countries. He said an Indian company – India Ports Global Limited – has been operating the port on an interim contract since 2018. Jaiswal said that now, we have entered into a long-term agreement which is essential for the port operations. He said that till now we have sent 85,000 metric tons of wheat and 200 metric tons of pulses and other humanitarian aid to Afghanistan through this port.

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No one should have a narrow view.

Chabahar port, located in Sistan-Baluchistan province on Iran's southern coast, is being developed to boost connectivity and trade ties. Jaiswal said the US has underlined the importance of Chabahar port operations to continue humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan and provide economic options to Afghanistan. He said that I would like to reiterate what the External Affairs Minister (S Jaishankar) had said earlier that we should not take a narrow view on this issue.

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What is the reason for the protests in PoK?

India on Friday said the protests being witnessed in several parts of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) are the 'natural outcome' of Pakistan's continued policy of systematic looting of resources from the area under 'forcible and illegal occupation' of Islamabad. ' Is. It also said that the entire Union Territories of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh 'were, are and will always be an integral part of India.' Pakistan is facing a severe economic crisis and violent protests have erupted in PoK over rising prices of food, fuel and other essential commodities. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said that we believe this is a natural consequence of Pakistan's continued policy of systematic plunder of resources from these areas which are under its forcible and illegal occupation. He said such exploitative policies deprive local people of their rights over their resources and their benefits.

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