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PM Modi US Visit: Prime Minister Narendra Modi in mission mode on US tour, on the other hand Pakistanis are asking – where is Imran Khan

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached America to attend the session of the United Nations General Assembly. This visit of PM Modi is very important and challenging in view of the Taliban’s power in Afghanistan amid the Corona Pandemic. They face the challenge of handling many things at once. If the challenge is bigger then PM Modi is also seen in mission mode which is reflected in his schedule. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar is also standing on the front. Amidst all this, there is an echo in Pakistan of PM Modi’s visit to America. Pakistanis are asking why Imran Khan is completely missing from the scene.

Why this visit of PM Modi to America is the most challenging so far?
What would be going through his mind when PM Modi landed in Washington DC early today? This question is because Modi is on his most challenging mission this time. Although he has gone to America many times before, but the scene is completely different on this. This is probably the first journey of his tenure in which he has a challenge to handle many things. With the arrival of Taliban in Afghanistan, the way all the equations in the world and especially in South Asia have changed, what Modi will do in the next 3 days is being watched by everyone. If we look at the schedule of Modi’s visit, it will become clear.

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Modi is in mission mode from day one. Meetings with CEOs of giant companies, bilateral meetings with Australian PM Scott Morrison, US Vice President Kamala Harris and Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, are just the agenda for the first day. His meeting with US President Joe Biden is also scheduled in the White House on 24. This is the first meeting of Biden and PM Modi after becoming the President of America. However, since November, both the leaders have spoken on the phone 3 times and have also participated in virtual summits together. In the midst of all this, External Affairs Minister Jaishankar is also on the mission.

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PM Modi’s visit echoes in Pakistani media
On the other hand, the echo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s US visit is being heard in Pakistani media. Panelists and anchors on news channels are cursing the Imran Khan government. Questions are being raised that Imran Khan, who is patting himself on the back of the Taliban, is no longer in the scene. A panelist said that the eyes of the whole world are on PM Modi’s visit to America. There he will meet US President Joe Biden. Will hold meeting with Quad leaders. Someone is questioning that while Imran Khan yearns for a phone call from Biden, Modi is desperate for Istqbal in the White House. Imran Khan is not even going to America for the UN meeting by making the excuse of Corona. Pakistani TV media is saying that India’s influence in America has increased significantly. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar is constantly active but Shah Mehmood Qureshi is nowhere to be seen. India is making the countries of the world aware of its stand on the Taliban issue. One anchor even alleged that India used Britain and New Zealand, the cricket teams of both the countries withdrew from the tour of Pakistan.

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Jaishankar engaged in thwarting the nefarious game of Pak-China in Afghanistan
After the Taliban rule in Afghanistan, Pakistan and China have been trying nefariously to use Afghan land against India. External Affairs Minister S.K. Jaishankar is constantly active. He also went on a 4-day New York visit last month to prepare for Prime Minister Modi’s US visit. Even at this time he is stationed in America. In the last 2-3 days he has been in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Vietnam, Australia, Indonesia, Germany, Japan, Tanzania, Chile, Sri Lanka, Finland, Hungary, Dominica Republic, South Korea, Italy, Cyprus, UK, France, Belgium, Had a meeting with foreign ministers of all countries including Lithuania, Norway. The agenda for most of the meetings was Afghanistan.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi meeting Indian-Americans in Washington DC