Breaking News
1. Andhra: Vizag Police bust cybercrime racket, arrest three for trafficking youth to Cambodia, Myanmar, and Thailand      2. Irish business tycoon and rugby record breaker Tony O'Reilly dies at 88      3. Georgia's president vetoes Foreign Influence Law      4. 'Unhinged,' 'crooked': Trump and Biden trade campaign trail barbs      5. Tourists wounded in deadly Afghanistan shooting are stable: Hospital      6. Saudi crown prince meets White House national security adviser      7. 9 killed, 17 injured as bus catches fire in Haryana      8. One killed, four injured in clash in Latur      9. Libyan armed groups clash near capital Tripoli      10. Fire breaks out in Gurugram slum, 65 shanties gutted      11. Alabama Mercedes employees overwhelmingly vote against joining union, slowing UAW effort in South      12. Putin concludes a trip to China by emphasizing its strategic and personal ties to Russia      13. Extreme Maximum temperatures reported on May 17      14. Indian foreign secretary on a official visit to Uk from 16-17 May      15. 'Monitoring welfare of Indian students in Bishkek,' says EAM Jaishankar      16. Nilgiri Mountain Railway (NMR) Line obstructed by mud & boulders, says Divisional Railway Manager      17. BJP expels Odisha leader Bijoy Mohapatra for 'anti-party activities'      18. Fire breaks out at Delhi airport      19. Uttarakhand-bound bus carrying pilgrims from Maharashtra catches fire in MP; none hurt      20. Delhi: Fire breaks out at a factory in Kirti Nagar Industrial Area     

India Unhappy with US Remarks On PM Modi

  • Posted on November 25, 2022
  • News
  • By Akta Yadav
  • 236 Views
noimage.png

An unnecessary comment of US State Department Principal Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel has created an unpleasant condition in the international community over the immunity to the Saudi Crown Prince.

Its Unnecessary in the sense that the remarks included the name of PM Modi which was not at all relevant and required in the matter on which the comment was  given.

Patel was clarifying the stand of the United States over its immunity to the Saudi leader Mohammad bin Salman even after the fact that the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was ordered allegedly by this Saudi Leader.

The said Saudi Journalist, Jamal Khashoggi was a dissident author and columnist of Middle East Eye and Washington Post who was supposedly targeted by the Saudi Government for his progressive views.

India Unhappy with US Remarks On PM Modi

The government had even banned him from using his twitter account. This act of the Saudi government was condemned all over the world considering it against the freedom of speech.

Recently when asked about the immunity of the US Government bestowed upon the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, the US State Department Principal Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel commented that this is not the first time and they had done this with a number of other heads of state in recent years, including PM Modi.

The Indian government has recorded its displeasure over the remarks and called it a totally unnecessary, irrelevant and non-contextual.

The statement of the MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi is quoted as it is here-” “Frankly, I fail to understand how the comment on PM Modi was either relevant, necessary or contextual,” MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said.

“Our two countries enjoy a very special relationship which is growing from strength to strength and we look forward to working with the US to further deepen it.”

Author
No Image
Author
Akta Yadav

You May Also Like