PHNOM PENH: Security ousted the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Vijay Joly from the Asia Pacific Summit 2019 after he angrily tried to interrupt the speech of National Assembly Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri.
According to details, Vijay Joly angrily tried to stop Qasim Suri from speaking about the human rights situation in Indian occupied Kashmir (IoK).
Joly was seen pointing and shouting at the summit’s participants in a video, sitting in the front row when security guards came and took him outside the hall. Suri continued to speak despite the commotion.
#India once again faces embarrassment at the international level, While Deputy Speaker of the @NAofPakistan @QasimKhanSuri was touching on #kashmir conflict, an #India diplomat tried to interrupt during the 2nd #ASIAPACIFIC SUMMIT, Security pushed out #Cambodia @AamirLiaquat pic.twitter.com/HT9IW0yT1K
— Ghulam Abbas Shah (@ghulamabbasshah) November 19, 2019