Islamabad, Agencies. Pakistan has become costlier to threaten to tear the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) on the Kashmir issue. Saudi Arabia has stopped lending oil to Pakistan. Pakistan is now begging but Saudi Arabia is not paying any attention. Let us tell you that Pakistan, which is struggling with economic turmoil, took a loan of $ 6.2 billion (about 46 thousand crore rupees) from Saudi Arabia in the year 2018 to avoid bankruptcy.
China’s eyes are on Pakistan
Under the loan package, a provision was made to lend $ 3.2 billion (about 24 thousand crore rupees) of oil to Pakistan. According to Pakistani media, the period of this provision has ended two months ago. It has not been renewed yet. Pakistan has repented an installment of one billion dollars (about seven and a half thousand crore rupees) of loans from Saudi Arabia by borrowing from China in displeasure, but it also looked to China to repay the remaining debt. is.
Qureshi’s arrogance fell heavily
In fact, in the last few days, Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi had threatened Saudi Arabia in a TV program. Shah said that if Saudi Arabia did not convene an emergency meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) on the Kashmir issue, Pakistan could call it itself. He said, “If Saudi Arabia does not call a meeting, I will be forced to urge Prime Minister Imran Khan to call a meeting of those Islamic countries who are ready to join us on the Kashmir issue.”
Annoyance at OIC shock
OIC, the largest organization of Muslim countries in the world, has rejected this request of Pakistan many times. A major reason for not getting OIC’s support is the increasing proximity between Pakistan and Turkey, which has irked Saudi Arabia. Indeed, Turkish President Erdogan is dreaming of ousting Saudi Arabia and becoming the leader of Sunni Muslim countries. How can this be accepted by Saudi Arabia.
Unpredictable plans on Kashmir
The Pakistani army has attacked four times to take over Kashmir and has waged a proxy war against India for three decades. In August 2019, India abolished the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and divided it into two union territories. Since then, the Imran government has been trying to get the support of the 57-member OIC on this issue, but every time it has to face mouths.