In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Dr. Santanu Sen specified that the Globe Health and wellness Company’s map reveals Jammu and Kashmir as components of Pakistan and Arunachal Pradesh as part of China.

Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Dr. Santanu Sen has contacted Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that the Globe Health Company (THAT) is displaying an inaccurate map of India.

” When I clicked the site that, a world map was displayed, and also when I zoomed into the part of India, it showed a blue map with remarkably 2 different colors for Jammu and Kashmir,” the MP created in his letter to PM Modi.

Sen claimed when he clicked over the heaven portion, the map was showing him India’s data, however, the other portion was revealing Pakistan’s Covid-19 information.

The Trinamool Congress lawmaker additionally asserted that a section of the state of Arunachal Pradesh was demarcated separately.

Calling it a serious international issue, the TMC MP claimed that the Indian government needs to have inspected it as well as taken up the concern a lot previously.

Santanu Sen additionally stated that individuals of India ought to be notified as to just how such a major error is being forgotten.

In 2021, Twitter misstated India’s map, illustrating Jammu and also Kashmir as a separate nation and large sections of Ladakh as China.

Simply ten months earlier, in October 2020, Twitter geo-tagged Leh as part of individuals’ Republic of China, generating solid responses from the Indian government, with Ajay Sawhney, Secretary of the Ministry of Electronics and also Information Technology, creating a demanding letter to Twitter’s owner and worldwide chief, Jack Dorsey.

Any kind of effort by Twitter to disrespect the sovereignty and stability of India is illegal and totally undesirable, the government had stated in its letter.

After extreme backlash, Twitter eliminated the wrong map, which had actually previously appeared on the job section of the Twitter site under the header ‘Tweep Life.’

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Last Updated: 31 Jan 2022