Published: Fri, August 30, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Trump says India’s Modi feels he has ‘it under control’ in Kashmir

Trump says India’s Modi feels he has ‘it under control’ in Kashmir

"And I'm confident India and Pakistan, who were one before 1947, can discuss problems between ourselves and resolve them", he said. India has also explicitly told Pakistan to accept the status quo. Mr Gokhale said: "The PM spoke about the importance of energy imports from the United States. that $4 billion worth of imports are already in the pipeline and that we expect to step it up".

Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that India's decision to revoke Article 370 would prove to be a historic blunder by the Modi government in occupied Kashmir.

The US President also congratulated Modi over his election victory, saying the "Prime Minister is a man who is loved and respected in his country". Then Pulwama happened in which a Kashmiri blasted himself. Let us work together for the welfare of the people of our two countries. After the elections, we saw that they tried their best to bankrupt Pakistan and tried to have Pakistan "blacklisted" at FATF (Financial Action Task Force). "We also kept raising this for the worldwide media to report and they picked this up".

Later, asked about India declining the U.S. offer, President Trump had told reporters, "It is really up to Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi".

"The Prime Minister feels he has control over the issue. Our ideology is based on the Holy Quran and believes in the protection of minorities; RSS has the opposite mindset".

It was a move to divert attention from Kashmir issue but Pakistan internationalized the Kashmir issue by talking to all leaders.

According to the prime minister, the Indian government had planned to commit atrocities against the Kashmiri people to keep them silent and try to carry out a false flag operation to divert attention. We do not want to bother any other country for these issues.

He also thanked the Pakistani media for its role in raising the issue. Khan said he will highlight the issue in his speech to the United Nations on September 27 and with world leaders as Kashmir's ambassador.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan pledged to act as the ambassador of the Kashmiri struggle for self-determination and address this issue at every forum available to him.

"I will tell the world about this, I have shared this with heads of state that I have been in contact with". He hinted that he may raise the issue at the UN General Assembly scheduled to meet next month in NY.

Kashmir was split between the two countries under a controversial British partition plan, which has provoked bitter sectarian conflicts between Hindus and Muslims.

"The responsibility today lies on the global community", he said in a special televised address on Kashmir, adding that Pakistan would "go to any length at every forum" to press the issue.

Authorities say they have been easing restrictions gradually but a delegation led by opposition Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was turned away at Srinagar airport on Saturday after flying in from New Delhi to assess the situation.

This was announced by Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan.

Modi had previously complained to Trump during their phone call last week that "extreme rhetoric" from Pakistan was not helpful.

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