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'Symbolic diplomacy' of Narendra Modi in swearing-in ceremony!

Tuesday - May 28, 2019 2:24 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Narendra Modi does not invite Pakistan in swearing-in ceremony
Narendra Modi does not invite Pakistan in swearing-in ceremony

Narendra Modi gives a strong message to Pakistan and China together with diplomacy in swearing-in ceremony

MAY 28 (WTN) - After winning a massive victory in the Lok Sabha Elections, Narendra Modi will once again go to take oath as the Prime Ministerial post. The swearing-in ceremony going to be held in Rashtrapati Bhavan on Thursday, May 30 is going to be very special. Modi is using the symbolic diplomacy in this swearing-in ceremony. What is this diplomacy and how is it going to use Modi? Let's tell you.

In his first term in 2014, Narendra Modi invited the heads of SAARC countries in his swearing-in ceremony. But this time Modi has invited heads of BIMSTEC countries at his swearing-in ceremony. By inviting the leaders of BIMSTEC countries, Modi has diplomatically tried to send messages to Pakistan and China.

In his swearing-in ceremony, Modi has not invited the neighboring country Pakistan, because after the Pulwama attack, India has not forgiven Pakistan and still is angry with Pakistan. Perhaps Modi wants to give this message to Pakistan. Modi had invited immediate Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif to the swearing-in ceremony in his first term in 2014, but this time Modi has tried to give a big message to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan by not inviting him.

As always in case of Pakistan, India has been saying that terrorism and dialogue can’t work together. Keeping this in mind, Narendra Modi does not invite neighboring country Pakistan in his swearing-in ceremony, and gave a diplomatic message to the whole world that all the doors of India are currently closed for Pakistan. By inviting a small country like Bhutan, but not inviting neighboring country Pakistan, Prime Minister Modi has politically isolated Pakistan in the whole world. By not inviting Imran Khan in his swearing-in ceremony, Narendra Modi has made it clear that Pakistan is no longer a reliable country.

By inviting the heads of BIMSTEC countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also given a diplomatic message to China. Actually, BIMSTEC includes small countries like Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Nepal and Bhutan. These countries have the effect of both China and India. Narendra Modi has given the status of respect to these small neighboring countries by inviting in swearing-in ceremony of the prime minister of the world's largest democracy. India wants to increase its intimacy with these countries so that China's influence on these countries could be less, and India can lead these countries.

India's neighboring and near to Bay of Bengal, these countries are strategically and economically useful for India. For your information, let you know that the Bay of Bengal is an area where China has been trying to establish its domination for some time now. China is trying to establish its dominance over these countries by offering debt or giving greed of mega projects here, so that India can be siege by taking together these countries.

In view of the danger of this potential dangerous plan of China, Narendra Modi has invited these countries in his swearing-in ceremony under diplomacy so that in the second term, the relationship with these countries can be improved. India has a lot of business with BIMSTEC countries. In the wake of China, countries like Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh are strategically important for India therefore Narendra Modi has preferred these countries and has not called Pakistan. As well as Narendra Modi has invited Nepal and Sri Lanka, let you know both these countries are being stuck in the clutches of China. By inviting Nepal and Sri Lanka, Modi is trying to let these countries be closed to India. Now the time will show how successful is the diplomacy of Narendra Modi's invitation?