Bangladesh Refused To Appear In SAARC Summit Due To Indian Repression
After Bhutan and Afghanistan, Bangladesh is too refused to attend the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation.
Due to war environment in India and Pakistan the government of Bhutan Afghanistan and Bangladesh clearly pull out from SAARC summit that held in Pakistan’s Capital, Islamabad.
The 19th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Summit will scheduled to host by Pakistan in its Capital City Islamabad, the SAARC summit held after every eighteen months in which the government or the head of the state is required to take part in it.
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, India, Maldives, Nepal and Pakistan are the members of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation.
Last Summit of SAARC scheduled to held in Nepal and this year the summit will be hosted by Pakistan, the growing unhappy interference between India and Pakistan raising since after Uri attack in Kashmir, India in which 18 soldiers targeted and India blamed on Pakistan.
As the summit is going held in Islamabad, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi is not agree to attend the summit and repressed the other member countries.
The two members Afghanistan and Bhutan already refused to take part in it but now due to rise in internal interference of Pakistan and Bangladesh, a day after India boycott with Pakistan Bangladesh’s government has withdrawn from SAARC summit.
Indian Prime Minister Nerendra Modi added in his boycotting speech, under the disturb circumstances in India and Pakistan, India is unable to join SAARC summit in Pakistan’s Capital.
The root cause of these prevailing circumstances is the attack on Uri sector in India, Pakistan offered India to resolve the Kashmir issue with dialogues on table but India rejected and ask Pakistan to be ready for a expected brutal war.