National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and the Indian team on Tuesday walked out of a virtual meeting of the security advisors of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member countries in Moscow. The virtual meeting got riddled with controversies and unpleasantness after the Pakistani representative used a "fictitious" map showing Indian territories as part of Pakistan. The map depicted J&K as part of Pakistani territory, as well as the areas of Sir Creek and Junagadh. This led to India NSA Ajit Doval raising strong objection to Pakistan and the Indian side walking out of the meeting terming the act as a blatant violation of the SCO charter. \u201cAt the meeting of the National Security Advisers (NSAs) of member states of the SCO, hosted by the Chair of the SCO (Russia), the Pakistani NSA deliberately projected a fictitious map that Pakistan has recently been propagating,\u201d Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said. \u201cThis was in blatant disregard to the advisory by the host against it and in violation of the norms of the meeting. After consultation with the host, the Indian side left the meeting in protest at that juncture,\u201d he added. Mr. Nikolai Patrushev, Secretary of the National Security Council of the Russian Federation, conveyed that Russia does not support what Pakistan has done hoped that Pakistan\u2019s provocative act will not affect India\u2019s participation in SCO. Meanwhile, Pakistan in a statement depicted another picture saying Mr. Dovals\u2019 objections were overruled at the SCO meeting and the forum agreed to Pakistan\u2019s position as a result.