‘Surrender on Kashmir, Good bye Pok’: BJP MP Subramanian Swamy attacks PM Modi

BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has again launched a big attack on the Modi government. This time, Swamy has directly attacked PM Modi regarding Pakistan. On speculation of restoring trade with Pakistan, Swamy wrote that the Modi government has surrendered to Pakistan on Kashmir. He wrote attacking PM Modi that in the coming days, it is possible that Modi and Pak PM Imran may be seen having dinner in London.

‘Surrender on Kashmir, dinner with Imran’
Subramanian Swamy has been a constant attacker on the Modi government for the last few days. In the same episode, Swami tweeted on Wednesday morning the news of the possibility of restoring trade with Pakistan, and wrote, ‘Surrender on Kashmir. Good bye Pok. I am sure Modi will have dinner in London with Imran soon. ‘

Subramanian Swamy

Let us tell you that an important cabinet meeting is going to be held in Pakistan today on trade with India. Meanwhile, India has also indicated that it is ready to resume trade with Pakistan which was closed for the last two years. At the same time, India has favored the resumption of trade relations with Pakistan.

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Pakistan should review its unilateral decision
Last week, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Hardeep Singh Puri said in the Lok Sabha that India aspires for normal relations, which includes trade with all countries including Pakistan. Pakistan unilaterally suspended bilateral trade with India in August 2019. It is now up to Pakistan to review its unilateral decision.

Imran Khan replies to PM Modi’s letter
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has written a letter to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, saying that it is necessary to create a conducive environment for meaningful and result-oriented dialogue between the two countries to resolve all pending issues, including the Jammu and Kashmir issue. Khan has written this letter in response to the congratulations sent to him by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week on the occasion of Pakistan Day.

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