- On the 29th September 2019, Congress spokesperson, Anand Sharma addressed a crowd at New delhi about the recent Modi- Trump meet
- He said that Modi should focus on real issues and labelled the meet as a “boastful Campaign Propaganda”
- He also states that the failure to complete the trade deal was a disappointment to India and the Indian economy
- However, he also congratulated the Prime Minister on his stance about Jammu and Kashmir and terrorism
- The spokesperson insulted Imran Khan’s speech on India at the United Nations General Assembly
The National Congres party addressed a crowd in New Delhi, Yesterday, Sunday 29th September 2019, about the recent Modi Trump meet and the Prime Minister’s visit to the United States for the United Nations General Assembly.
The Congress Spokesperson, Anand Sharma, expressed the party’s disappointment with the Modi- Trump meet and stated that it failed to meet India’s expectations. In the speech, the spokesperson states that “euphoria” surrounding the meet is misplaces as there is no cause to celebrate . They believe that the government should focus of real issues and called this a “boastful campaign propaganda”.
He called the event a failure despite the extravagant display of friendship between the PM and Trump. He states that the party feels that there were no useful outcomes and the Prime Minister failed to make any changes- He couldn’t restore the GSP for exports from India or increase the number of H1-B visas administered to Indian Citizens.
However, on a positive note, the Congress party states that they are in agreement with the PM’s stance on terrorism and the Jammu and Kashmir Issue. They insulted the statement made by Pakistan PM, Imran Khan at the UN General Assembly and labelled it an agenda to defame our country.
In an ending statement, Anand quotes,
“pm seems to be carried away by his own propaganda and disconnected with the harsh ground realities of deepening economic crisis, falling investments, crashing industrial production, loss of jobs and wages and collapsing demand and consumption. ”