Trump Needs To Meditate And Not Mediate : American Lies Exposed

Trump Needs To Meditate And Not Mediate : American Lies Exposed


Trump Needs To Meditate And Not Mediate : American Lies Exposed

Donald Trump
Donald Trump

Rahul Gandhi has more faith in Trump than his own Prime Minister. Thus he lost no time in tweeting that PM Modi must “must tell the nation what transpired” in his meeting with Donald Trump.

“President Trump says PM Modi asked him to mediate between India & Pakistan on Kashmir! If true, PM Modi has betrayed India’s interests & 1972 Simla Agreement. A weak Foreign Ministry denial won’t do.”

Instead of replying to a tweet, Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh told the Indian Parliament on Wednesday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi didn’t discuss Kashmir with US president Donald Trump and ruled out any possibility of mediation on the issue.

“As S Jaishankar ji (External Affairs Minister) said Kashmir issue was not discussed in President Trump and PM Modi meeting. There is no question of mediation in Kashmir issue as it will be against the Simla agreement,” Rajnath Singh said in Lok Sabha.

“Kashmir is an issue of national pride for us. We can never compromise with it… if there would be any talks with Pakistan over Kashmir, it will also include Pakistan-occupied Kashmir,” Singh said.

Shri Rajnath Singh should have added that India has a lot to discuss apart from return of POK. We need to discuss the forced occupation and annexation of Baluchistan too.

In fact till date Afghan people or the Afghan Government have not accepted or ratified the British drawn Durand Line. So why should the people of India blindly accept the British drawn Radcliffe Line ?

Trump, speaking to reporters during Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s US visit, had claimed that PM Modi had asked him to mediate on the Kashmir issue, thus telling a complete lie.

India was quick to rebut the US president’s claim with external affairs minister S Jaishankar confirming that no such request was made. It seems the American President has started hallucinating during meetings too.

The US did backtrack later, saying that it would assist in talks between India and Pakistan and that Kashmir is a bilateral issue.

When asked about Trump’s claim on Wednesday, a top advisor said the president “does not make up things”…..Oh we know,he only hallucinates. “The President does not make anything up. That’s a very rude question in my opinion. I am going to stay out of that. It’s outside of my lane. It’s for National Security Advisor John Bolton, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and President,” Trump’s Chief Economic Advisor Larry Kudlow said.

Both houses of Indian Parliament —Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha—witnessed protests over Trump’s stunning claim. The opposition, led by the Congress, demanded a statement by PM Modi. The opposition continued its demand on Wednesday and staged a walkout in the Lok Sabha.