Published by: Biswadip Dey | Posted: May 25, 2023 4:20 pm| Updated: May 25, 2023 4:20 pm
News Daily Digital Desk: Yesterday, Wednesday, the G-20 conference organized in Jammu and Kashmir (Jammu and Kashmir) ended. The valley was decorated for the three-day conference from May 22 to May 24. Pictures of the beautification and development there have also spread on social media. There is a controversy surrounding one of these pictures. The debate continued even after the end of the G20 summit. Controversy about what? All the controversy revolves around the continuation of a picture of a street in Bangladesh as Kashmir.
The G-20 meeting was held in Kashmir from 22nd to 24th. After August 5, 2019, this is the biggest conference of international level in the valley. Naturally, the campaign started around the meeting. In the center of which is a picture. It was titled ‘Srinagar’s Improved Boulevard Road’. Later it is known that it is actually the name of a street in Jhaitla Patukhali, Bangladesh.
Hello shahid Afridi, you are the puppet of Pakistani army and terrorist lover .
This is Boulevard Road in Srinagar has been given a magnificent makeover to welcome delegates from across the world for the #G20Kashmir summit.
Retweet it . #G20InKashmir pic.twitter.com/3kkWLFlBqT
— Aquib Mir (@aquibmir71) May 18, 2023
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The photo was shared by a person named Aqib Mir. He also tagged Prime Minister Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah in that post. Later it was shared by Budhgam Information and Public Relations Department. Wajahat Farooq Bhat, chairman of a voluntary organization in Jammu and Kashmir, also shared the picture and made the same claim. The image was later removed as the controversy raged. Meanwhile, Minister of State for External Affairs Meenakshi Lekhi gave ‘thumbs up’ to the film. Controversy ensued. That debate continued after the meeting.
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