Congress has termed the remarks made by US President Donald Trump earlier than coming to India as an insult to the dignity of the nation and has demanded the Government of India to reply accordingly. On the business relationship between India and American, Trump stated that India has not handled us nicely. He stated that he needs to make an enormous commerce cope with India, however he doesn’t know whether or not will probably be performed earlier than the US elections or not.
Congress spokesperson Manish Tiwari stated the problem was critical because it undermined the progress made within the final a number of years in relation to Indo-US relations. He stated the tone of Trump's go to didn’t seem like "business and strategic". <! –
The Congress chief stated, "The President of the United States has made some remarks for the first time before the visit. I think it is disrespectful to the dignity of the country and the Foreign Ministry should respond to it."
'India didn’t deal with us very nicely'
On Tuesday, when requested by Trump, he stated, 'We wish to have a really huge commerce cope with India. We will do that I don't know if will probably be doable earlier than the US election. But we’re going to do an enormous commerce cope with India. Expressing dissatisfaction with relations with India, he stated, "India has not treated us well". According to sources, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will not be coming to go to the Indian President with the Indian President.
Will be welcomed on the strains of 'Howdy Modi'
The President of the United States of America is approaching a two-day go to on February 24 and the Gujarat authorities is spending it overtly. According to a report, about 80 to 85 crores are being spent on this journey to Trump. On Wednesday, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Singla has stated that 'Namaste Trump' might be on the strains of 'Howdy Modi' held in Houston to welcome Modi final 12 months. He stated Trump would maintain a wide-ranging dialogue on a variety of points, together with protection and commerce, on February 25 with a high-level delegation on his go to. He continued, "Defense deals are expected to pick up after Donald Trump's visit."