Foreign Ministry spokesman Gopal Bagale has said that India is in constant touch with NSG membership in its member countries. It is worth mentioning that the NSG meeting is going on in Switzerland’s capital Bern. It started on June 19 and will end on Friday.

Bagale says that China has stuck the biggest obstacle in India’s membership. He says that the country which does not sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty will not get permission to enter this particular union. China has gone a step further, in which Pakistan has sought permission from the 48 countries to enter this union. China has said that if India has to enter it then why should it be left to Pakistan.