On Sunday, for their allegedly biased coverage of India, members of the mainstream American media, and The Washington Post came under fire from S. Jaishankar.
"I watch the news. You may be aware that you can accurately forecast what will be written in various journals, including one in this field. While everyone was clapping and laughing, Jaishankar informed a group of Indian-Americans from across the nation.
Jeff Bezos of Amazon owns the prestigious Washington Post, a national daily published out of Washington, DC.
"My point is that there are prejudices and attempts to determine. As India continues on its course and those who believe they are India's guardians and creators, some of these debating parties will indeed depart from India and continue to lose ground there." Jaishankar said, in response to a query regarding the rise of anti-Indian forces in this nation.
Organizations like this, he asserted, "are not succeeding in India." According to the minister, these organizations will try to succeed outside India or change India from the outside.
The External Affairs Minister said that if there is a terrorist incident, it doesn't matter what faith the person who is slain belongs to; if there are Indian soldiers or Indian cops who are abducted; if people are working for the government; or if citizens are going about their business; they will all lose their lives. A response to how the Kashmir issue is being misrepresented in the capital of the United States.
"We must comprehend this. It's crucial to argue against it. It's vital not to sit back and allow other people to define him, as most Americans wouldn't be familiar with the subtleties and intricacies back home. I think that's essential for us as a community," he remarked.
"Take a look at issue A (Article) 370. The Constitution's short-lived clause was finally repealed. It was intended to be applied as a majority vote. I find it difficult to accept that what was happening in Kashmir wasn't majoritarian because the facts are biased. The information is provided in an untruthful manner. What is right and wrong is unclear. Politics is actually at play here," he said, finalizing his response.
Edited by- Devnum Nagar
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