Saudi Arab withdraws its currency note with controversial map of J&K before G-20 summit

Dubai: The G-20 Summit is going to begin on 21 November. For the first time, 20 countries of the world are going to participate in a virtual platform at this summit, which is starting in the crisis period of the corona epidemic. After the controversy started due to printing wrong map of India on Riyadh note, Saudi Arabia has withdrawn the wrongly mapped note before the conference. Saudi Arabia that undivided Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh were shown separately in 20 riyal bank.

According to the media report, Indian Ambassador Ausaf Saeed had raised an objection to Saudi Arabia on 28 October in Riyadh on the wrong map. It also asked to change the note. After which not only the note was withdrawn, but its printing has been stopped. It is noteworthy that the entire episode stood up after the note went public.

It depicted Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), Gilgit-Baltistan as a separate country, which was not acceptable to India under any circumstances. This disputed banknote had the symbol of King Salman and G20 Saudi Summit on one side and the international map of G20 countries on the other side.

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