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Asked On2019-07-11 19:07:20 by:KAPILJHADE

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A. Build trust between India and its neighbours.

Gujral Doctrine is considered a milestone in India's foreign policy. It was rendered by Mr. Inder Kumar Gujral, the Minister of External Affairs in H. D. Deve Gowda Government in 1996. This theory says that India as a bigger country of South Asia should give one-sided concession to her small neighbours and have cordial relations with them.
Shri Inder Kumar Gujral became the 12th Prime Minister of India on April 21, 1997 and was in office till March 19, 1998. When Mr. Inder Kumar was the External Affairs Minister; India could not be compelled to sign the CTBT in 1996.Today India has succeeded in declaring herself as a nuclear power nation.

It is believed that if a country wants to be a dominant leader at the international level, first of all it must have cordial relations with its neighbouring countries.

In addition to taking neighbours into confidence, the country should have strengthened cultural, economic and political relations with neighbours. One such attempt was made by Inder Kumar Gujral, called "Gujral Doctrine".

Main Points of "Gujral Doctrine" are as follows;

1. The Basic mantra of "Gujral Doctrine" was that India would have to establish faithful relationship with her neighbouring countries i.e. Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bhutan.
2. India should have resolved all kind of disputes (border, economic etc.) with her neighbouring countries. If India have done something favourbale with her neighbours then India need not to seek anything in return from neighbours.

3. No South Asian country should allow its territory to be used against the interest of another country of the region.

4. No country should interfere in one another's internal matters.

5. All South Asian nations will resolve the dispute through peaceful bilateral negotiations.

Answerd on:2019-07-16 Answerd By:Ak


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