New delhi: China’s decision to put a technical hold on the proposal in the UN Security Council to ban Masood Azhar as a global terrorist has once again established Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s foreign policy collapse.
In the aftermath of the Pulwama attack, the Indian government initiated a number of steps to counter Pakistan through diplomatic route. It had parleys with various nations. It also held discussions with China on the issue. But yesterday’s development shows that all is not well with India’s foreign policy. The hype created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi by visiting many countries has given nothing to the country.
Even after the 2017 China-India Doklam standoff, PM Modi was soft on China and held a summit meeting with President Xi Jinping in Wuhan in 2018 without an agenda. All these efforts of the government have never showed any results.
Reacting to China’s decision to put a technical hold on the Massod Azhar case, the Congress has said that PM Modi's foreign policy has been a series of "diplomatic disasters". The Party also slammed China for blocking the move. Congress spokesperson RandeepSingh Surejwala’s tweet in Hindi read “After 56 inch's ''hugplomacy'' and the game of sitting on a swing also, the China-Pakistan duo is showing red eyes to India,”.