Gilgit-Baltistan gets an official twitter account which directs users to Ladakh government page

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From the reports, it has been found that Gilgit-Baltistan has made its official twitter account page in May 2020. The account is not yet verified because it is having just three posts.

From the updates, it has been found that India and Pakistan’s meteorological departments posting updates about the weather of Gilgit and Baltistan, a new twitter account cropped up that was caught in a terrestrial review between both the countries. Ergo, this is the official account of Gilgit and Baltistan and has the handle @GB_Ladakh_India. Therefore, the link in the bio of this twitter accounts directs the people to the official site of Ladakh administration. So far, the twitter account is having only three posts and the last post was uploaded on May 9th, 2020 with #NewIndian #Maharanapratapjayanti.

After this, a comment came on, with a retweet of DD news from May 8 that shows the weather for the disputed Gilgit region. Therefore, so many tensions have been fraught between India and Pakistan which have not yet had any bilateral talk after the attack on URI camp in September 2016. Therefore, India blamed Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism and pulled the 19th SAARC summit to hold Islamabad in November that year but still, the summit is yet to hold.

On May 4th India warned Pakistan that they should not try to upset the status quo of Gilgit Baltistan by attempting to bring them under control. India also said that each and every U.T. is an integral part of India by virtue of its fully legal and irrevocable accession”. At the time of this report being published the account was having around 4700 followers. Therefore, the only verified account that is following this account is Satyendra Tripathi, whose profile features a picture with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.

Soon this twitter account will get a verification sign.

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