“PM, Government Distancing Themselves From Trump”: Shashi Tharoor


    “PM, Government Distancing Themselves From Trump”: Shashi Tharoor

    'PM, Government Distancing Themselves From Trump': Shashi Tharoor

    Shashi Tharoor weighed in on PM Narendra Modi’s tweet on United States Capitol violence

    New Delhi:

    Congress MP Shashi Tharoor on Thursday applauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for revealing issue over the Capitol Hill violence, stating it is a “great indication” that India has actually distanced itself from the Donald Trump administration, including that New Delhi will have to deal with the brand-new Biden administration to “enhance democracy around the globe”.

    ” I do not believe it must have any implication for our bilateral relations with the US however it’s a sobering reminder. Prime Minister expressing issue was a great indication, it revealed that he and federal government are distancing themselves from those who believe ‘is baar bhi Trump sarkar’,” Mr Shashi Tharoor informed ANI.

    The United States Congress officially certified Joe Biden as the next President on Thursday. “I believe Delhi will have to work with the brand-new Biden administration as it heals its own country and works with other democracies to enhance democracy around the globe, including in the U.S.A.,” Mr Tharoor said.

    His comments came after PM Modi condemned the violent protests that unfolded at the Capitol on Wednesday.


    ” Distressed to see news about the rioting and violence in Washington DC. An organized and tranquil transfer of power must continue. The democratic procedure can not be allowed to be overturned through illegal protests,” PM Modi tweeted.

    Taking a swipe at professionals who talk to “smugness” about the United States being the earliest democracy, Mr Tharoor stated, “To my mind it’s quite surprising to realise just how much democracy depends upon the good faith of its custodians. How democratic organizations appear to be very delicate even in societies that are called mature democracies.”

    Over reports that the Indian flag was waived during the Capitol Hill violence, Mr Tharoor said, “… This is unfortunate that people want to wave the flag as an instrument or as a weapon rather than a batch of pride.”

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