NEW DELHI – Survey of India filed complaint against Google maps for alleged wrong indication of national boundaries of India, PakistanTribe learnt from international media sources.
According to international media sources Survey of India filed a complaint with police against Google maps for alleged wrong indication of India’s international boundaries.
Report was filed in Dalanwala Police station in Dehradun Uttarakhand India. Station in-charge Anil Kumar Joshi said that the Survey of India complained that Google maps is depicting India’s international boundaries in a “wrong” manner, that is not justified.
Joshi said the Survey of India has sought police action in the matter. Joshi further added that after verification of points raised by survey of India, police will file an FIR.
Survey of India is country’s national survey and mapping organisation under the department of Science and Technology.
It is pertinent to mention that Kashmir is a disputed area and none from Pakistan and India can claim over the territory until the plebiscite under the United Nation (UN) Commission is not conducted.
International law has declared that until the final results of plebiscite the national boundary will be called as Line Of Controll instead of Border.
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