Congress Vice President too joined the debate on the alleged failure of Indian foreign policy under Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday.
Taking a dig at Modi’s inability to persuade international fraternity to support India’s bid for the NSG membership, Gandhi said, “NSG: How to lose a negotiation by Narendra Modi
NSG: How to lose a negotiation by Narendra Modi #FailedModiDiplomacy
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) June 24, 2016
Gandhi’s criticism came on a day, Modi’s detractors slammed the prime minister for his failed foreign diplomacy despite his whirlwind tours of the world.
On Thursday jantakareporter.com had highlighted how the countries, that openly opposed India’s bid for the NSG membership were those, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi had either visited or held talks with their premiers.
But, contrary to the perception built by PM Modi during his visits to those countries, they crushed India’s hopes when it mattered the most.
Among those who blocked India’s membership attempt were New Zealand, Turkey, Switzerland, Brazil and Ireland.
Modi’s detractors and political rivals have now taken to social media to demand explanation why despite his whirlwind tour of the world, India had failed to garner support of 48 countries on NSG.