Most of the Indian news media focused on the serious conflict in the region with the vision projected by the major media companies to justify Israel’s massacre in Gaza.
Moreover, with their backs to the massive public meetings that take place in the South Asian country in favor of the Palestinian cause.
The day before, the organization Friends of Palestine held another peaceful protest in New Delhi, with a significant participation of women and children, in solidarity with the Palestinian people and condemnation of the ongoing genocide committed by Israel.
Similarly, the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) recently organized a massive rally in solidarity with the Palestinians on the beach in Kozhikode in the southern state of Kerala.
In front of tens of thousands of people, the president of the Muslim state, Panakkad Sayyid Sadiq Ali Shihab Thangal, stated that Israel represents global terrorism and anyone who supports it is complicit in the atrocities of the Zionist government.
The state leader of the IUML, Salam, assured that the majority of the people of India unwaveringly support Palestine, and the national general secretary, PK Kunhalikutty, predicted a victory for the Palestinians due to the resistance of their people.
Likewise, under the hashtags #IndiaWithPalestine #FreePalestine, #FromTheRiverToTheSea, users of the platform
Accompanied by phrases from Mahatma Gandhi, several messages demanded an end to the intense bombings in the Gaza Strip and Israeli apartheid, and other users celebrated the humanitarian aid sent by the Indian authorities to the besieged areas.
From the government’s point of view, it was known that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and King Abdullah II of Jordan exchanged views on the situation in East Asia, where the territories of Israel and Palestine are located.
According to a post by the Indian senior official on social media, both addressed their concerns about terrorism, violence and loss of civilian lives and agreed that concerted efforts are needed for a speedy resolution of the humanitarian and security crisis, he said. a post on the platform
The day before, India’s foreign minister, Subrahmanyan Jaishankar, and his counterpart from Oman, Badr Albusaidi, also exchanged views on the dire situation in the region, in a meeting that the Indian foreign minister himself described as a good conversation.
Also of note was India’s resumption of visa services in Canada in the business, medical and conference categories after more than a month of suspension for security reasons, according to authorities in the Asian country.
The decision was taken after a thoughtful review of the security situation following various measures by Canadian authorities, according to New Delhi.
India’s High Commission in Ottawa and its consulates general in Toronto and Vancouver suspended visa services on September 21 due to continued threats of violence and death against its officials in the North American country. On the other hand, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs expressed its concern over the death sentence ordered by the Court of First Instance of Qatar on eight Indian employees of the Al Dahra Company.
In a brief official statement, India’s Ministry of External Affairs said that due to the confidentiality of the case, it is awaiting the detailed verdict, exploring all legal options and maintaining contact with relatives of the accused.
Finally, the news segment was also reserved to comment on the state assembly elections in November in Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana and Mizoram, key to the Lok Sabha (lower house) elections next year.