S Jaishankar Reaction Controversial statement by Bilawal Bhutto on PM Modi

S. Jaishankar’s reaction on Bilawal Bhutto: Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto had commented against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on which Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar (S. Jaishankar) has given a reaction. He said on Monday (Dec 19), Pakistanis’ expectations of India have never been too high.

The Foreign Ministry on Friday (Dec 16) called Bilawal’s comment ‘indecent’. The ministry said that he is low level even for Pakistan. Jaishankar said during the India-Japan conclave, I think my ministry has said very clearly what we think about them and we said what we had to say. When Jaishankar was asked if he was angry with the statement against the Prime Minister, he said that our expectations of Pakistanis have never been very high.

Pakistan harbors terrorists
Strongly condemning Bilawal’s statement, Foreign Ministry Chairman Arindam Bagchi said on Friday that it would have been better if Pakistan’s foreign minister had vented his feelings on the main conspirators of the terrorist organizations in the country, which they have made terrorism a part of the country’s politics. Bagchi said, Pakistan is such a country, which glorifies Osama bin Laden as a martyr. It shelters terrorists like Zakiur Rahman, Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar, Sajid Mir, Dawood Ibrahim.

India’s Foreign Minister Jaishankar had said in New York that the world sees Pakistan as the center of terrorism. He also reiterated former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s statement on neighboring India in 2011, in which Hillary had said that those who have snakes in her backyard, those snakes will one day bite them. .

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Bilawal Bhutto made this comment about Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Foreign Minister of Pakistan Bilawal Bhutto, Prime Minister Narendra Modi While commenting on this, he said that Osama bin Laden is dead but the “Butcher of Gujarat” is alive and he is the Prime Minister of India. Until he became Prime Minister, he was prohibited from coming to the United States.

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