WHO map separates Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir from India

Possibility of China’s involvement

It is expected that government of India aggressively questions WHO on its anti-India stand

New Delhi: A colour coded map of India released by the WHO has shown the union territories of J&K and Ladakh as separate from India. This map, published on the WHO website depicts India in deep blue colour while  Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh are in grey. The map was released by the WHO to show the global Covid19 pandemic numbers and casualties.

(WHO has circulated such a distorted map of India – source WHO)

In its defence, the WHO has claimed that it follows the United Nation guidelines and practices regarding maps. (If the UN has published such erroneous maps, then India should censure the UN and ensure that the maps are rectified.)

Pankaj, an Indian settled in London noticed this first. He ‘I know China gives huge amounts of funding to WHO. My feeling is that China is behind this as the influence of China on WHO is very high.’

(Courtesy: Republic World)