China is not deterring…orders to leave the last Indian Journalist in beijing

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Delhi/Dehradun :(Manoj Rautela) China is not deterring from its antics. Now Indian journalists are trying their antics. Let us tell you, the last Indian journalist working in China will leave the country this month. Because Beijing has not extended his visa. China’s foreign ministry claimed that the visas of Chinese journalists were not approved by India since 2020, resulting in only one Chinese correspondent out of 14 now working in India. While India says that Chinese journalists do not have any problem in India.

China’s foreign ministry claimed that the visas of Chinese journalists had not been approved by India since 2020, resulting in only one Chinese correspondent out of 14 now working in India. On the other hand, one of the two Indian journalists left China on June 11. Because his visa had expired and the last Indian reporter would leave by the end of June. With this, India’s media presence in the world’s second largest economy will virtually come to naught. Can you guess how the news will come out? Alleging that Chinese journalists were treated unfairly in India, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin on Monday said he hoped India would meet the country halfway.

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In recent years, Chinese journalists in India have been given unfair and discriminatory treatment, Wang was quoted as saying in a Reuters report. He claimed that Chinese journalists’ visas had not been approved by India since 2020, resulting in a drop from 14 to only one Chinese correspondent. On the other hand, India says that Chinese journalists are working here without any difficulty. Responding to China’s claims that Chinese journalists were treated “unfairly” in India, the Indian government said that Chinese journalists were working in the country without any difficulty, but this was not the case for Indian journalists in China. This has been said in a Bloomberg report. Earlier, reporters of Hindustan Times, Prasar Bharti and The Hindu have already left China.

Last month, India approved temporary visas for Chinese journalists traveling to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) foreign ministers’ meeting, Reuters reported. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said India has allowed all foreign journalists to work in the country. Has given, and said that it is expected that China will also allow Indian journalists there. Indian journalists in China were not allowed to appoint local people as correspondents. In such a situation, India said that Indian journalists were working there in difficulty. In fact, the matter worsened when Indian journalists started keeping local people as assistants. According to sources, in such a situation only three people were allowed to be appointed at a time. That too had to pass through the eyes of the Chinese officials. While there is no such restriction in India. Let us tell you, after the Galvan incident, the relations between the two countries started getting sour. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said that India is always in support of foreign journalists. India also gives them facilities. We do not have any problem in terms of hiring, can hire here. Pic source: Internet 

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