India calls Trump a liar in diplomatic way & now US leaders say sorry to India for Trump’s remarks on Kashmir

The US President Donald Trump’s claim has been denied by the external affairs ministry of India in which he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him for help on the issue of Kashmir. India said that Pakistan can only have a bilateral dialogue with Kashmir. India’s stand on Kashmir is as intact as before and the third party will not be allowed to interfere.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Raveesh Kumar said, ” We have seen Donald Trump’s remarks to the press that he is ready to mediate, if requested by India & Pakistan, on Kashmir issue. No such request has been made by PM Narendra Modi to US President. It has been India’s consistent position.”

After the Trump’s remarks and India’s denial of that remarks, US leaders are now saying sorry to India for the Trump’s remarks on Kashmir. Brad Sherman, US Congressman said, “Everyone knows PM Modi would never suggest such a thing. Trump’s statement is amateurish and delusional and embarrassing.”

He further said, “I just apologized to Indian Ambassador Harsh Shringla for Trump’s amateurish and embarrassing mistake.”

Now US administration have also taken U-turn and says ‘Kashmir is a bilateral issue for both parties to discuss’.

US House foreign Affairs Committee also said, “The dialogue’s pace & scope can only be determined by India & Pakistan”

US President Trump had offered to mediate kashmir dispute between India & Pakistan. This was said by US president Trump during his meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.

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