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Narendra Modi's 'Vidisha' diplomacy turned Pakistan's Kashmir agenda rudderless

Saturday - September 28, 2019 2:35 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
A junior IFS officer Vidisha Maitra reminds Imran Khan of his capability
A junior IFS officer Vidisha Maitra reminds Imran Khan of his capability

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's diplomacy exposes Pakistan in the world

SEP 28 (WTN) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is known for his cleverness, intelligent and mature politics. Due to his political strategy in the 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Narendra Modi has been able to defeat the opposition historically. But Narendra Modi is seen far more clever and sensible in the foreign policy than in the country's politics.

As you know the Modi Government has taken a historic decision by abrogation of Article 370 from the state of Jammu and Kashmir, so that the people of the state can get more facilities. But opposing this after the internal decision of the Indian Government, Pakistan started opposing the issue by making noise all over the world. But Prime Minister Modi is thwarting every nefarious move of Pakistan on Kashmir issue. Pakistan has tried to internationalize the Kashmir issue at every political, social, economic and cultural platform in the world, but the Modi Government's diplomacy has failed every plan in Pakistan.

But in the United Nations General Assembly, the ‘Vidisha diplomacy’ with which Prime Minister Modi has exposed Pakistan and its Prime Minister Imran Khan, such examples are rarely found. For your information, let us know that at the annual general meeting of the United Nations, where Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked about peace and harmony in his speech, Imran Khan was seen talking from riots in Kashmir to nuclear war. In his speech, Imran Khan tried to propagate fiercely on the Kashmir issue, but on getting the opportunity, India exposed Pakistan before the whole world.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has exposed the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan in a clever and planned manner to the whole world. After Imran Khan's war-filled speech at the United Nations, India has given a strong reply to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan under Right to Reply. India would have responded to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan under Right to Reply through a senior Indian Foreign Service official, but under the diplomacy India had given this responsibility to Vidisha Maitra, its newest officer in the United Nations.

Vidisha Maitra is India's first secretary in the UN and she is India's newest officer in the UN mission. Prime Minister Modi feels that under diplomacy, it was the responsibility of India's newest officer in the UN Mission, Vidisha Maitra, to convey to the whole world that the words of Imran Khan and his warfare are not a big deal for India, and answer to Imran Khan’s irresponsible speech and behavior can be given by only new officer in the UN mission. The manner in which the 2008 Indian Foreign Service officer Vidisha has responded to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is being praised everywhere.

Indian Foreign Service officer Vidisha Maitra, while exercising India's Right to Reply at the United Nations, blasted Pakistan fiercely. Advocating India, Vidisha said, "Can Imran Khan deny 130 terrorists declared as terrorists by the United Nations and 25 terrorist organizations are currently in Pakistan? Pakistan is the only country in the world that pensions a person declared a terrorist by the United Nations, and such a person has been put on the list of terrorists like Al Qaeda and ISIS."

On Imran Khan’s recrimination on India for the human rights violations in Kashmir, Vidisha lashed out Imran Khan. Advocating the Indian Government, Vidisha said, "The number of minorities in Pakistan, who is claiming to raise the voice of human rights, has come down from 23 percent to just 3 percent."Vidisha further said, "Pakistan should not forget its history and remember what they did to their people in 1971." Vidisha Maitra, while revealing Imran Khan's hate agenda to whole world, said, "Is Prime Minister Imran Khan Who wouldn't want to tell New York City that he has been openly supporter of Osama bin Laden?"

Not only this, Vidisha said clearly, “Imran Khan has misused the United Nations Forum and his speech is full of hate.” Vidisha made Imran Khan realize his responsibility, saying, "The way Pakistan's prime minister repeatedly threatens the use of nuclear weapons is not the behavior of a politician but the behavior of an immature leader."

Not only this, Vidisha Maitra took sarcasm at Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and told him while addressing Niazi. "The Prime Minister of Pakistan should understand that genocide has no place in today's democracy." Vidisha reminded Pakistan of its history, saying, "Pakistan should not forget the events of 1971, when Lt. Gen. A.A.K. Niazi kept down its own citizens in Bangladesh.”

Vidisha Maitra reminded Imran Khan of his position and said, "While Pakistan is talking about terrorism and hate, India is trying to bring Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh into the mainstream." The people of India do not need a speech from a person who has given the form of industry to terror, following the ideology of hate.”

The way Prime Minister Modi has exposed the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan and his ideology to the whole world through his newest officer Vidisha Maitra in the United Nations and has put the Indian Government's side firmly, it can be said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also proved himself to be a big diplomatic player of international politics. The way Vidisha Maitra, a junior officer of the Indian Foreign Service, has reminded Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan of his status, neither Imran Khan nor the whole of Pakistan will ever forget.