Foreign Policy is not a child’s play and for those who think otherwise have been rightfully shown their place by arguably the best Foreign Minister, Dr S Jaishankar. The so-called Western Intellectuals tried every trick in the book to unnerve Minister Jaishankar. But in the end, he always stood tall smirking over his exploits. Now, it seems that after demolishing Western hegemony over narrative, Minister Jaishankar has eyed the domestic front. Jaishankar reacts to remark of Rahul Gandhi and He slams Rahul Gandhi for ‘pitai’ remark and said ‘Pitai’ should not be used for our jawans.
Diplomat Jaishankar’s blunt thrashing on the political frontier
External Affairs Minister Dr Jaishankar has been rattling Western media and leftist-intelligentsia. On several occasions, he echoed India’s viewpoint to the world on issues that became matters of pride for the West. Notably, he has been doing this even after exercising self-restraint in order to avoid harming India’s ties with western nations.
The significance of his western takedowns gets amplified when compared with his neighbouring counterparts. Apparently, the Chinese and Pakistani ministers and diplomats ruined their foreign policy by making rhetorical charges and trying to score brownie points on the domestic front.
But when it comes to domestic politics, Dr Jaishankar has taken the gloves off. Evidently, the diplomat turned politician Dr Jaishankar recently shredded the opposition’s argument into pieces. On two different platforms, he took jibes against senior opposition leaders Rahul Gandhi and AAP Supremo Arvind Kejriwal.
In a media interaction, Minister Jaishankar didn’t pay heed to Mr Kejriwal’s rhetorical statement. Speaking on a lighter note he asked the interviewer Raj Chengappa whether he wanted a serious discussion or a Kejriwal question as both are completely different. Virtually everyone present in the auditorium burst into laughter.
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Further, making fun of Mr. Kejriwal, Foreign Minister Jaishankar stated that we are talking foreign policy here and AAP leaders’ statement was not a serious one rather plain posturing.
However, clearing the air on trade with China, Minister Jaishankar lambasted previous Congress dispensations. He stated that what has been referred to as the “era of reform” was actually the “era of injustice” for our domestic MSME sector.
In the 1990s, he remarked what happened after we opened our economy in a manner wherein, we did not use our openness to strengthen our MSME sector?
He further added that the MSMEs found it difficult to compete with economies that had greater imports, bigger scale and systematic state support. But India did not build our supply chain.
Going further, on trade ban with China, Jaishankar reminded politicians in the likes of Mr. Kejriwal that diplomacy is not done in a way that you start finding ways to switch on, switch off if you have a difficult relationship with a country.
Jaishankar teaches a lesson and two to Mr Rahul Gandhi
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has been hopping on Chinese narrative with his running anti-army commentary. On multiple occasions, he along with his sycophant supporters in the opposition have been accusing the Modi government of being “indifferent” towards the Chinese threat on our borders. Pertinent to note that Jaishankar was the longest serving Indian ambassador to China. In that way, Rahul Gandhi and his cabal couldn’t have asked for a better hard task-master.
Evidently, Dr Jaishankar indeed schooled Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and categorically advised him not to use words like ‘Pitai’ for our Jawans and downgrade the morale of our armed forces.
He stated that to counter Chinese deployments, the nation has a deployment of the Indian Army on the China border that we have never had.
Lambasting Rahul Gandhi, Minister Jaishankar stated that the Indian Army didn’t go there because Rahul Gandhi asked them to go. Rather the Army went there because the Prime Minister of India ordered them to go.
Ironically, defence and Chinese sleuth Rahul Gandhi has been regularly skipping meetings of standing committee on defence but has been somersaulting asking for minute-to-minute briefing in and around the time of skirmish with the despotic Chinese. By such ‘timely’ snide and anti-army commentary, Rahul Gandhi has been himself strengthening his critics to link it with the purported MoU with the Chinese CCP.
Time and again Dr Jaishankar and Raksha Mantri Rajnath Singh have been categorically stating that India won’t let China change LAC unilaterally and will uphold nations’ sovereignty. Rather than indulging in petty politics and falling prey to Chinese propaganda, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and AAP Supremo Arvind Kejriwal should stick to their jobs.
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