Akhand Bharat Map / After Nepal, Pakistan got angry on unbroken India, said- India wants to enslave

Zoom News : Jun 02, 2023, 01:50 PM
Akhand Bharat Map: Neighboring countries are not liking the map of united India in the new Parliament of the country. First Nepal objected to this, then now Pakistan is feeling chilly with this map. The Pakistani government has come under tension only after seeing this map. Two former Prime Ministers of Nepal, KP Sharma Oli and Baburam Bhattarai have also spewed venom regarding this map. The new Parliament of India has been inaugurated only on last Sunday. There are many things related to ancient India in this grand building. There is also a map of Akhand Bharat in the Parliament complex, in which Nepal, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Tibet and Sri Lanka have been shown as part of India.

Pakistan in tension

Pakistan's foreign ministry spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch has opposed the map of unbroken India. Baloch raised the issue during the ministry's press conference. He said that the Government of Pakistan is quite surprised by the pictures of 'Akhand Bharat' in the Parliament premises and the statements of BJP leaders.

Baloch said that the unnecessary claim of united India shows the expansionist thinking of the neighboring country. India not only wants to enslave the neighboring countries but also wants to keep its minorities under its control.

Lumbini-Kapilvastu on the map

Lumbini and Kapilvastu are also there in the map of unbroken India. Lord Buddha was born in Lumbini, while his childhood was spent in Kapilvastu. There was a ruckus in Nepal regarding this. That too when the Prime Minister of Nepal Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda is on a tour of India.

Former Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli, who often bowed down to China, said that this is not right. If India, which is recognized as an ancient-strong and model of democracy like India, shows the part of Nepal in its map and hangs it in the Parliament, then it cannot be called correct. He said that the Nepali PM who went on a tour of India should register his protest.

Bhattarai's warning

Baburam Bhattarai, chairman of the Nepali Samajwadi Party, had said that the relationship between the two countries would reach its worst state due to this dispute. He said that the controversial mural painting of 'Akhand Bharat' in the new Parliament House can cause unnecessary dispute between India and Nepal. Relations between the two countries are already bad, this will worsen the matter further. The Government of India should resolve this dispute in time.

China silent

China has not commented on the map of unbroken India. Although China had praised India's new parliament a few days ago and said that it is a good step towards erasing the symbols of British slavery. There are also Myanmar, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka in unbroken India. There has been no comment from their side either.