new Delhi: The Indian Foreign Ministry has rejected the claim of U.S. President Donald Trump, in which he had claimed that PM Modi had asked him for help on the Kashmir issue. Responding to Trump's statement, the Foreign Ministry said that no such request was made.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said, "We have seen the statement of the US President in the press, in which he has said that he is ready to mediate on the Kashmir issue, if requested by India and Pakistan. No such request was made by the President. " He further said, "India has maintained its stance that there should be only bilateral talks on all issues from Pakistan, Pakistan should first eliminate border cross-border terrorism."
Earlier, news agency AFP said that Trump has offered mediation on Kashmir issue. Trump also lied about Prime Minister Imran of PM Modi with PM Modi. Trump claims that the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi had also sought help in resolving the Kashmir issue. The reality is that India is against Kashmir against third party arbitration. India has never accepted anyone's mediation.
Indeed, Pakistan's PM Imran Khan, in a meeting with US President Donald Trump, lambasted Kashmir's message. US President Trump offered to mediate on Kashmir issue