An NGO invited the European Union MPs to visit Jammu and Kashmir to assess the ground situation. They promised a “prestigious VIP meeting” with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, an English daily. Who has access to the invitation, reported Wednesday. The government has been in the grip of the storm since a delegation of 29 MPs, to the best of their ability, reached the national capital and meet Prime Minister and National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Tuesday before visiting the Valley.
However, the NGOs’ doors, the Women’s Economic and Social Think Tank (WESTT), which sent an invitation from the PMO, claimed that Modi wanted MEPs to be “influential decision-makers of the European Union”, Reported to NDTV. The Prime Minister’s Office or the government does not have a link to the NGO. The Hindu also said that his efforts to reach the woman Madi Sharma invited the PM office with MEP and then failed.
Sharma’s Twitter account described him as an “international trade broker”. Sharma said in the invitation, “I am organising a prestigious VIP meeting with His Excellency Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India, and it is my pleasure.”
“As you are all aware, Prime Minister Modi won a resounding victory in the recent elections in India and plans to move forward on his path of growth and development for the people of India and the country. In this regard, he would like to meet influential decision-makers of the European Union, ”the invitees continued. After a press conference on Wednesday detailing the 3-day visit, an invitation was sent to visit Kashmir in a meeting with the Indian Prime Minister.
The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) also clarified on Wednesday that it was “not involved in and coordinating the trip”.
They are not everything. Not only has the Opposition put the visit under question, but it has also asked why domestic leaders are being prevented from going to Jammu and Kashmir. Above all, these political parties these MEPs represented in their respective countries have also become the subject of discussion. AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi launched a scathing attack on the government on Tuesday, stating that “Nazi lovers” were visiting the Valley fearing the “far-right” ancestors of their political organizations.
On Wednesday, MEPs said that they do not want to interfere in India’s internal affairs, talking of repealing Article 370. However, he said that terror was a universal problem and he supported India in its efforts to end it. A group of 23 members of the European Parliament on Tuesday condemned the killing of five workers of West Bengal by terrorists.
“If we mention Article 370, It’s India’s internal matter. What concerns us is that this is a global threat, and we should stand with India in fighting it. Five innocent labourers killed by terrorists are one. It was an unfortunate incident. We condemn it.” Said Henry Malosse from France.