Japan PM Shinzo Abe may cancel India journey: Report

TOKYO: Japanese Key Minister

Shinzo Abe

is taking into consideration cancelling his excursion to India scheduled to begin on Sunday, noted Reuters quoting Japan’s

Jiji Press


Guwahati, the prepared venue for a summit among Abe and Primary Minister Narendra Modi, has been engulfed in violent protests more than the Citizenship Modification Bill.

Yesterday, the ministry of exterior affairs had mentioned there was no clarity on irrespective of whether the government will go forward with the India-Japan annual summit in Guwahati from December fifteen-17.

“We will not have any update to share,” exterior affairs ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar reported at a weekly media briefing though replying to a volley of queries on the problem.

Previous week, Kumar had announced that the summit concerning Primary Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe will choose spot involving December 15 and 17.

Assam has been witnessing massive protests in the very last two days with thousands of persons hitting the streets defying prohibitory orders to demand from customers scrapping of the invoice.