India classed America for saying fake things, Jaishankar told clearly who is Xenophobic

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The External Affairs Minister said that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) introduced by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government reflects India’s welcome approach. India has always been a very unique country. I would actually say, in the history of the world this has been a society that has been very open. Different people from different societies come to India.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has rejected US President Joe Biden’s recent remarks calling India’s faltering economy a result of ‘xenophobia’ and said India has been open and welcoming to people from diverse societies. He also refuted claims that India’s economic growth is faltering and highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiatives. Speaking to Economic Times, the External Affairs Minister said the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) introduced by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government reflects India’s welcome approach. India has always been a very unique country. I would actually say, in the history of the world this has been a society that has been very open. Different people from different societies come to India.

Jaishankar also rejected criticism of the CAA and said no person has lost his or her citizenship after the implementation of the law. He also spoke on the massive pro-Palestinian protests on American university campuses, criticizing a section of the Western media for its biased coverage, suggesting that it is too ideological and not objective reporting. Responding to a question on reports claiming India’s involvement in targeted killings of terrorists in Pakistan, Jaishankar said that terrorists are there in large numbers. Statistically, where they are in large numbers, things will happen to them. Now he has formed an organization. The industry which is the industry of terrorists. Things can happen there.

Along with India, Biden had also described China, Russia and Japan as xenophobic countries. One of the reasons why our economy is growing is because of you and many others, the US President said at a fund racing event in Washington to come back to power in 2024. Why? Because we welcome immigrants. Biden is contesting the presidential race in this year’s US elections against Republican candidate and former President Donald Trump. He has often criticized his opponent for his anti-immigrant rhetoric. Trump has promised to curb illegal immigration and restrict legal immigration if elected to office. During his campaign, he blamed immigrants for the increase in violence in the country.

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