US reaction to BBC documentary
US State Department spokesman Ned Price said, “I am not aware of the documentary you are talking about. But, I am aware of the shared values that the US and India share as two thriving and vibrant democracies.” apply the form. Addressing a press briefing on Monday (local time), a US State Department spokesperson said, there are many elements that strengthen America’s global strategic partnership with India, including political, economic and people-to-people ties. There is a deep connection between.
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‘India’s democracy alive’
US State Department spokesman Ned Price, while answering the question of Pakistani journalist, described India’s democracy as alive and he said, “We look at everything that binds us together, and we look at all those elements.” We look forward to strengthening what binds us together.” Along with this, he also underlined the diplomatic relations between America and India. At the same time, he emphasized the fact that the partnership that the US shares with India runs exceptionally deep and that the two nations share values that are common to American democracy and Indian democracy. He said, “I don’t know the documentary you’re talking about, but I would say broadly, there are a number of elements that underpin the global strategic partnership that we have with our Indian partners.” Is.”
Indo-US ties deepen
He said that India and the United States have very close political ties, economic ties, and exceptionally deep people-to-people ties between the United States and India. But, one of those additional elements are the values that we share that are common to American democracy and Indian democracy.” Last week, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak also defended Prime Minister Narendra Modi and appeared in a BBC documentary had distanced himself from the series and had said that he did not agree with the characterization of his Indian counterpart. Let us tell you that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has responded to the question raised in the British Parliament by Pakistani-origin MP Imran Hussain. Strongly replied.