Worried that the trade war with India and Malaysia “will not withdraw from its position in Kashmir”
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed said on Tuesday that although Indian businessmen boycott Malaysian palm oil, he would not withdraw from Kashmir’s position.
Mahathir Mohamed said that the cessation of palm oil trade between the two countries may turn into a trade war.
Malaysia is the world’s second largest producer and exporter of palm oil, and India is its largest buyer.
Mahathir Mohammed quoted Kashmir as saying at the UN General Assembly last month that India
“invaded and occupied Kashmir.” But India says this is their internal affairs.
The government of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi abolished the special constitutional status of India-administered Kashmir on August 5 this year, and Malaysia and Turkey expressed opposition.
According to Reuters, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed said he would review the impact of the boycott on behalf of Mumbai’s solvent extraction organization and then try to resolve the issue.
When the BBC contacted the solvent extractor of the Mumbai organization, he said that his organization had made this decision in view of the tension between the two countries.
When asked if he should make this decision at the request of the Indian government, he evaded the reply and said that the Indian government feels remorse in view of India’s rigorous actions in response to Malaysia’s position. But they have already made this decision.
The organization’s chairman, Atal Chaturvedi,
advised members of the organization: “In order to express our interest and solidarity with our country, we must now stop buying from Malaysia.”
One of his representatives said in an interview with the BBC: “If we buy oil from Malaysia and the government increases revenue from India, then we will suffer huge losses.”
He also issued another statement to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) stating that the government’s concern is that a large amount of palm oil is being transported through Nepal and Bangladesh, causing India to lose 50 million rupees per month. Is happening
The report also pointed out that the deficit was due to the official customs circular issued in 2011, which stated that the five least developed countries imported by SAARC SAAR had no income. It is said to have been installed.
On the other hand, when we talked to India and Malaysia, we talked with observers from the Muslim world and Associate Professor Mohamed Sorab of the University of Milia, who said that India and Malaysia were traditionally very friendly.
He said: “It is not conducive to our future to adopt such an extreme position on anything between Asian and African countries.”
Dr. Sohrab said: “Malaysians from India have equal rights and they are part of a very prosperous community there.” Although Indians are Indian citizens, they do not have as many rights as Indian citizens.
Mahathir Mohammad from Kashmir said in a conversation with reporters before the parliament on Tuesday: “We are talking about our hearts, we will not back down or change it.”
He added: “We mean that we should abide by the resolutions of the United Nations. If not, what are the benefits of the United Nations?
In the 1948 UN resolution, Kashmir was a controversial area between India and Pakistan, and there was a commentary in one of the resolutions.
When talking about Kashmir, Mohammad Sohrab said: “The Kashmir issue has a long history and originated from the colonial era that India or other countries should see in terms of human rights, democratic rights and legal framework.”
He added that there may be controversy in the area, but the human rights and democratic constitutional rights of the people-Kashmiri there are not controversial.
He also said that no one has questioned India’s sovereignty, but because of India’s own policy, the Kashmir issue has only been resolved until today.
Regarding the tension between India and Malaysia, he said that he cannot directly speak of India’s foreign policy, but it is safe to say that India’s foreign policy is moving forward under the new strategy. The fundamental change that is generated internally is this pain.
He added that “the Sindova policy and the multi-government policy are being implemented internally. Moreover, you have no other choice on the global agenda of the US and Israel. This is your decision.
Mohd Sohrab said that India’s foreign policy is affecting its internal policies, and internal policies are also affecting foreign policy. In the case of Malaysia or Turkey, each sovereign state has the right to adopt policies for its own interests, and India is adopting such policies.
He questioned the opposition policy in different parts of India and said: “But if Turkey or Malaysia holds a position on Kashmir, then we must first look at how it happened. In some places this is not a failure of our internal policies.