Won’t be depressed if Modi gets visa: Congress-Politics News, Firstpost
Congress today downplayed the importance of US Ambassador Nancy Powell’s meeting with Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi, saying they wouldn’t be depressed if he got a US visa.
New Delhi: Congress downplayed the importance of the United States today Ambassador Nancy Powell meets with Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi saying they would not be depressed if he got a US visa.
“Did we celebrate that he didn’t get a visa?” Are we going to be depressed that he got the visa? asked Foreign Minister Salman Khurshid.
Powell met with the candidate for prime minister of the BJP at Gandhinagar, ending a nine-year American boycott of the BJP leader.
“As far as their ambassador or any diplomat is concerned, they are free in this country to travel and get information that helps them better understand India, the dynamics of Indian politics, as we do in their country, ”Khurshid said.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs also stressed that this was the Position of the United States on whether or not to change its position on Modi. It was the first time in 13 years that an American Ambassador-level officer traveled to Gandhinagar to meet
Modi. The United States insisted that its visa policy for Modi had not changed.