Imran Reiterates Nuclear Blackmail If World Doesn’t Pressure India

Imran Reiterates Nuclear Blackmail If World Doesn’t Pressure India

Imran Reiterates Nuclear Blackmail If World Doesn’t Pressure India

Calling for worldwide intervention at a news conference here on Tuesday, he said that the situation in Kashmir is just the beginning and it will be the first time since the 1962 Cuban crisis that two nuclear-armed countries will be facing off.

In a series of tweets in Hindi, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said Modi lauded the countrymen for contributing to the grand success of the cleanliness mission, saying he shared the honour with them.

Also, India wants exemption on certain steel and aluminium products from high duties imposed by the USA, greater market access for automobile, agriculture, engineering, auto components products. "I am reminded of the old woman who sold her goats to build toilets in her village, the retired teacher who donated his entire pension and the married woman who sold her mangalsutra to build toilets", Modi said.

"This is the first time that an American president has used this kind of words of praise not for an Indian prime minister but any world leader and if someone is not proud of this, then maybe he does not consider himself Indian", Singh said.

Indian officials have skirted any direct reply on Mr Trump's repeated offer to mediate.

Democrat Steny Hoyer welcomed Prime Minister Modi and invoked Mahatma Gandhi and former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru in his speech.

The trade issues are complex as they involve domestic industry and jobs on both sides, the Foreign Secretary said explaining why an agreement could not be reached between the two leaders in NY. He told PM Modi that the latter had 'great reporters'.

He said the Clean India Mission has also helped save thousands of lives, and cited a World Health Organization report that said building toilets in homes helped save 300,000 lives.

"India is equally committed to tackling the impact of climate change and supports efforts of the PSIDs to achieve their developmental goals through necessary developmental and technical assistance", PM Modi said. The same man now can be seen praising India for its contribution to the United States economy, contribution to bringing down unemployment rate in their country and emphasizing on historical tax cuts.

Apart from trade, the issue of terrorism came up prominently for discussion at the bilateral meeting between Modi and Trump. "If you want to Make in India, for India and for the world, come to India", the Prime Minister stated. "The experience and relationships that I have inherited and nurtured have little meaning if they can not be leveraged for India".

The premier is also expected to meet with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as well as with China's Vice President Wang Qishan.

What IK can offer to the world is Pakistan's role in bringing peace through negotiations and can ask United Nations to play its role when the other side was not even ready for bilateral talks. "We will undertake necessary modifications on a regular basis on tax-related laws and to bring tax on equity investments on a par with global tax regime", he said. If you want freedom, take pride in your country.

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