- External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar targets Pakistan
- Regarding terrorism, the foreign minister called Pakistan a terror expert
- Warned the world against terrorism – said today we will be your victim tomorrow
Jaishakar Slams Pakistan: External Affairs Minister of India S. Jaishankar has launched a scathing attack without naming the neighboring country Pakistan. In an indirect reference to Pakistan, he said that just as India is an expert in information technology, “our neighbor is an expert in international terrorism”. Along with this, he warned that if Terrorism is being done against us, so tomorrow it will be against you too. Jaishankar further said that the world now looks at terrorism with a frivolous view and with the passage of time the attitude of the whole world has changed regarding terror. No one can tolerate this. Countries that support terrorism will remain under pressure today and in the future as well. The External Affairs Minister was speaking on the topic “Rising India and the World: Foreign Policy in the Modi Era”. He said that the diplomacy of the Narendra Modi government inspired other countries to take the issue of terrorism seriously.
This big thing said about the neighboring country
Jaishankar said at an event in Gujarat’s Vadodara “We have a neighbour.. Like we are experts in IT (Information Technology), they are experts in ‘international terrorists’. This has been going on for years… but we are the world’s Terrorism is terrorism, today it is against us, tomorrow it will be against you.”
Speaking on terrorist incidents in Northeast India, Jaishankar said these activities have come down in recent years as India may secure a land boundary agreement with Bangladesh in 2015. That agreement “barred extremists from taking refuge in Bangladesh, which halted their operations in northeast India.”
Jaishankar appreciates Modi’s work in tackling terrorism
Jaishankar said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, India has successfully made other countries realize that if terrorism is not controlled now, it can harm them in future. The External Affairs Minister said, “We have been successful to a large extent in taking the world along in this fight against terrorism. Earlier, other countries used to ignore this issue thinking that it would not affect them, because it is happening elsewhere. Today there is pressure on those who support terrorism. This is an example of our diplomacy. “Thanks to that land boundary agreement with Bangladesh, terrorists found no shelter there. This stopped him from running his campaign in the Northeast.
External Affairs Minister said on the question of ‘Akhand Bharat’
When asked by a student from Sierra Leone how the Modi government would realize Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s dream of ‘Akhand Bharat’, Jaishankar said partition was a real tragedy and it created problems like terrorism. “The best way to make Sardar Patel’s dream come true is that India is strong, successful and confident, and others understand that they have to come with this India and stop those policies which are in their interest,” the minister said. are not in, as well as those that are harmful. Referring to Prime Minister Modi, the minister said that I think if there is one leader who is making dreams come true, who has Sardar Patel’s thought process, who is making Sardar Patel’s vision come true, he has Courage, commitment and habits are there, you know who that is.
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