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Discussion on relevance of SAARC in Mumbai

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When the future of the South Asian Regional Organization (SAARC) is uncertain, a discussion has been organized in Mumbai on its justification and necessity. The Department of Civics and Politics of Mumbai University and Somaiya Vidya Vihar have debated on the justification and necessity of SAARC.

Discussion on relevance of SAARC in Mumbai

Experts from Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives and India participated in the program. Nepalese representative participating in the program, Associate Professor Uddhav of Kathmandu University, said that the discussion was about activating SAARC.

Bilateral between India and Pakistan SAARC has become inactive due to tensions. Indian government has given importance to other regional organizations than SAARC. He said that the discussion in India from the angle that SAARC is still needed in this situation is positive for the future of SAARC.

In the two-day interaction on Friday and Saturday, the speakers emphasized the need to activate SAARC for regional cooperation. Kapildeb Nath, a former captain of the Indian Navy, said that due to the environmental problems seen in the South Asia region, there is a need for an organization like SAARC in this region.

He said that the country, including India, should make full use of such organizations to face environmental challenges in an organizational manner. Professor Sarad K. Soni, who is the chairman of Jawaharlal Nehru University, Center for Central Asia Studies, said that SAARC's He pointed out the need for it saying that it could play a role.

JNU's former professor Aftab Kamal Pasha said that although the justification of SAARC is still relevant, it is likely to be active in the near future. Pyakurel, associate professor of Kathmandu University, emphasized that the objective of SAARC is regional unity and for that all members should work with an open mind.

Ajay Beharia, a professor of Jamia Mia Islamia University, said that SAARC members should discuss and learn from each other.

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