'India is a vibrant democracy, which have doubt can go to Delhi..', American President
'India is a vibrant democracy, which have doubt can go to Delhi..', American President

New Delhi: Be it Britain or America, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi often accuses from foreign soil that democracy is dead in India and the UK-US protecting it are silent. But, now the statement given by America, considered the world's most powerful country, is no less than a shock for Rahul Gandhi. Actually, Rahul Gandhi is currently in America on a 10-day tour and is constantly saying to surround the Indian government, 'There is no democracy in India, the voice of the people is being suppressed there. However, contrary to Rahul's statements, the US has bluntly said that 'India is a vibrant democracy and anyone who has any doubt can go to New Delhi and see it for themselves.' '


John Kirby, who serves as strategic communications secretary at the National Security Council (NSC) of the White House, said, "I hope that the strength and health of democratic institutions will remain a topic of discussion." We never shy away from it and it goes on among friends. We can share our concerns with anyone in the world. PM Modi's visit to the US will take forward the deep and strong friendship and partnership.   Kirby was responding to a question on whether the US is concerned about the health of democracy in India. "India is a vibrant democracy and whoever doubts this should go to Delhi and see for themselves."


John Kirby further said that President Joe Biden is also fully prepared to talk to Prime Minister Modi on various issues. On June 22, PM Modi will also address a joint meeting of the Senate and Representatives at the US House. He said that this is the highest honor for a foreign guest in America. This will be Modi's sixth visit to the US after becoming prime minister in 2014. The US State Department has also given a statement about Prime Minister Modi's visit to the Pentagon.  

According to the report, Vedant Patel, principal deputy secretary of the department, said that the partnership with India is one of the largest relationships of the US. He said the US-India relationship will be further strengthened in the areas of economy, trade and security. US lawmakers have also written a letter to PM Modi, in which he has said that the Prime Minister's address will reveal his vision for the future of India and the challenges faced by both countries.

This statement from the White House has come at a time when Rahul Gandhi is engaged in creating an atmosphere against PM Modi by participating in various programs in the same country and is calling India's democracy dead. However, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's dinner program with US President Joe Biden is also proposed this month.

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