- Defense Minister said: During the meeting of Modi-Trump in June, External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar was present there.
- He said – Jayashankar has clarified the situation by giving a statement in Parliament, mediation in Kashmir is not acceptable to India
- The Congress, after the Defense Minister’s statement, walked out of the House, on the issue for the second consecutive day in Parliament
- US President Trump had said in the presence of Prime Minister Imran of Pakistan – Modi had offered mediation on the issue of Kashmir
new Delhi. US President Donald Trump does not name the controversy over Kashmir’s arbitration statement There was a ruckus in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday. Opposition MPs raised slogans ‘Give Modi answer’ in the House. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh answered the opposition on this. He said, “Foreign Minister Jayashankar has made statements on this matter. I consider Jaishankar’s statement to be authentic. There was talk between Trump and Modiji in June and at that time, Jayashankar was present there. “Rajnath said that if Pakistan talks on Kashmir issue then there will be talk on Kashmir not only on Kashmir but also on” Pak-occupied Kashmir “.
Rajnath accusing the Opposition, said that earlier it was being said that if the ruling party would answer, he would listen. But after the Foreign Minister, I am also answering and they are not ready to listen. The Defense Minister said that there is no question of accepting anyone’s mediation on Kashmir. Kashmir is a matter of national pride. We can not compromise with our national pride
Meanwhile, Congress MPs walked out of the House. Opposition demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi come and answer this matter in Parliament. Congress MP Shashi Tharoor also gave a moratorium on the issue in the Lok Sabha.
The government has left the party
Trump had on Monday claimed that during the meeting with Pak PM Imran, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a recent meeting asked him to play the role of mediator on Kashmir issue. External Affairs Minister S. Jayashankar on Tuesday held the government’s side in this matter in the Rajya Sabha. He had said that India’s position is clear that any issue with Pakistan will be resolved in a bilateral manner. For any kind of dialogue with Pakistan, it is necessary to stop cross border terrorism.