Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s two years of rule has seen deteriorating relations with China, (China blocking India in NSG despite desperate pleas by Modi government) and utter failure to rein in Pakistan’s ‘non-state’ actors frequent attack in Jammu & Kashmir.
Even two days back, Lashkar-e-Taiba killed 8 CRPF jawans and injured 25 others in the attack in Pampore, in Kashmir.
After PM’s ‘match-fixing’ interview with Times Now, Opposition strongly criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign policy.
Brinda Karat, leader of CPM and member of the Politburo of the party, tore into the Centre and flayed Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “Government does not have comprehensive approach towards Pakistan. It must have sustainéd approach. They say one thing one day and do one thing anoter day,” added Brinda Karat.
Prime Minister in an interview to Times Now said on handling Pakistan relations that India seeks friendly relations but without compromising interests. “My country’s soldiers have full freedom to answer back in whatever manner they have to and they will keep doing that,” said Modi.
Congress leader Anand Sharma also took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi and criticised him for visiting Pakistan. “Prime Minister visited Lahore, had lunch with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz shariff. Hurriyat leaders held meeting with Pakistan High Commission. Diplomacy does not need theatrics. PM’s foreign policy lacks coherence,” said Anand Sharma.