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Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to teach Malaysia a lesson!

Tuesday - October 15, 2019 4:19 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Malaysia on Prime Minister Modi's 'diplomatic target'
Malaysia on Prime Minister Modi's 'diplomatic target'

Malaysia may have to face economic trouble for supporting Pakistan on Kashmir issue, Modi government may cut imports

OCT 15 (WTN) - As you know that Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi is a skilled politician as well as a clever diplomat. While defeating the opposition badly in two consecutive Lok Sabha Elections, Narendra Modi has proved that on one hand, his politics are of a very big scale, while teaching Pakistan a lesson in the matter of terror, Prime Minister Modi has told the whole world that he is a clever diplomat? You know that after removing of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, how the Modi Government has destroyed the plans of Pakistan. At the same time, the Modi Government has isolated Pakistan on the Kashmir issue along with exposing it to the whole world.

Although almost the whole world has supported India on the Kashmir issue, Malaysia has made a big mistake by supporting Pakistan on the Kashmir issue. For your information, let us know that since Malaysia's stand in favor of Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, the tension between India and Malaysia has been increasing. According to information received from the media, India is considering cutting imports of palm oil and other products from Malaysia.

According to the information, Indian refineries have stopped buying palm oil from Malaysia. This is why, because importers fear that the Modi Government may take several other steps, including raising taxes to reduce imports from Malaysia. However, so far no official statement has come from the Indian Government. But, about this, traders say that till the Indian Government's stance is clear, they will import palm oil from Indonesia itself.

According to the information, India is the largest importer of edible oil worldwide. On the other hand, India is the largest buyer of Malaysian palm oil. In the first nine months of 2019, India has purchased 3 million tonnes of palm oil. On the other hand, India exports petroleum products, animal and meat, metals, chemical products to Malaysia. That means it is clear that there is a two-way trade between the two countries.

Regarding the alleged stern action of the Indian Government, after the Malaysian Government supported Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad said, "His government will study the impact of the steps taken by India. India is also exporting goods to Malaysia. It is not only one-way trade but bilateral. My statement on the Kashmir issue should not be made the reason for the trade war between the two countries. If this happens, both countries will lose.”

For your information, let us know that at the United Nations General Assembly meeting on 27 September, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad gave an angry statement to India about Kashmir. In his address, Mahathir said, “Jammu and Kashmir is being attacked and captured despite the UN resolution. There may be some reasons behind this action, but it is still wrong. This problem should be resolved peacefully.” Not only this, Mahathir further said, “India should resolve this problem with Pakistan. By ignoring the United Nations, this institution and its rules’ reputation will be clouded."

The demand to boycott Malaysia and its products arose in India following the controversial statement made by the Malaysian Prime Minister on Kashmir. After which it is now being said that the Indian Government is seriously considering the option to cut Malaysian imports. It seems that Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Bin Mohamad has not been able to understand India's economic power and Prime Minister Modi's diplomacy very well.

On the issue of terror and Kashmir, the manner in which Prime Minister Modi has reminded Pakistan of its position and has brought its economy to the brink of the bankrupt, it is clearly seen as a victory of Prime Minister Modi's diplomacy. If India cuts imports from Malaysia, then Malaysia may have to suffer a huge economic loss, while India will not suffer much in return. It would be better if Malaysia does not support Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, or it should remain neutral. Because if Malaysia takes any step in opposition to India on the Kashmir issue, then Malaysia should be prepared to bear economic losses due to Prime Minister Modi's aggressive diplomacy.