Japan PM Shinzo Abe likely to cancel his India trip, says news agency
New Delhi : The India's move on citizenship bill triggered massive protest in Guwahati, the designated venue for India-Japan Summit. A news report suggests that the protests are likely to hamper the summit negatively.
It has been reported that Japan PM Shinzo Abe is considering an option to cancel the Indo-Japan Summit that is scheduled to begin from Sunday.
According to the sources, the turmoil in Assam is unlikely to impact the Japan-India summit that is to be held in Guwahati between December 15-17. The clarification comes amid reports that the venue is likely to be shifted from Assam to other place.
The protests in Guwahati were the most intense so far and some of the infrastructure being built for the the summit between PM Abe and PM Modi were dismantled and burnt by the protesters.
Meanwhile, Citizenship Amendment Bill has become a law after it got nod from the President of India.