Kashmir excluded from India’s map at Health Ministry event

Kashmir excluded from India’s map at Health Ministry event

Jammu and Kashmir was excluded from the Indian map at an event organised Wednesday by India’s Health Ministry in New Delhi.

The map showed Jammu and Kashmir as distinct from other parts of India and Aksai Chin as part of China, according to an IANS news agency report.
The map was circulated by an organisation supported by the World Health Organization (WHO). Aksai Chin is a disputed border area between China and India. It is administered by China as part of Hotan County but is also claimed by India as a part of the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir.

The world map titled “Risk of humanitarian crises and disasters” had a boundary line between Jammu and Kashmir and other states of India. The eastern part of Jammu and Kashmir is shown as part of China.

The map was distributed at a panel discussion jointly organised by the Health Ministry and Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH), which is a multi-constituency partnership “supported by a small secretariat hosted at the WHO.”

India’s Health Minister J.P. Nadda inaugurated the panel discussion and two Ministers of State (MoS) in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet—Ashwini Kumar Choubey and Anupriya Patel—were also present.

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