Indian Ambassador says his country safe and peaceful

Indian Ambassador says his country safe and peaceful

Indian Ambassador to Indonesia Pradeep Kumar Rawat. (Antara Foto/Feb 2020/Syaiful Hakim/h-fdh))

And of course, we advise our friends to not believe false news that is being brought out by personal interests to mislead and by those trying to disrupt our country's diversity,
Jakarta (ANTARA) - India is currently in a safe and peaceful condition, Indian Ambassador to Indonesia Pradeep Kumar Rawat has said. "Everything is peaceful. And as it is known, the situation in India is under control. What I will convey to you, is a press release from our home minister for your reference," Rawat said following a meeting with Indonesia's Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD here, Friday.

He also asked to not trust the news developing outside because it was being done for certain vested interests.

"And of course, we advise our friends to not believe false news that is being brought out by personal interests to mislead and by those trying to disrupt our country's diversity," he added.

As Indonesia has the spirit of Unity in Diversity, India also believes in the same principles, according to him.

"And there are a lot of personal and group interests that want to destroy it," he said.

Because, if one link is lost, then there is no India, there is no Indonesia, he continued.

"So, my friends, I tell you to be very careful and not believe fake news, thank you," he remarked.

The ambassador and Mahfud discussed bilateral relations between Indonesia and India during the meeting.

"We also discussed the security issues of Indonesia and India," he said.

On social media platforms such as Facebook and WhatsApp in Indonesia, videos of a mosque being set on fire during Delhi's recent violence are going viral. (INE)

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