Ever since the PM Narendra Modi government abolished Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, there has been a stir in Pakistan. Protesting the decision, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan also broke diplomatic and business ties with India. In India too, many veteran leaders like Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti, Farooq Abdullah opposed this decision of the Bharatiya Janata Party government. But in the end, the Modi government succeeded in its objective. Let me tell you that Imran Khan also raised the issue of Kashmir in the United Nations but he felt only disappointed.
PM Modi talked to Trump
After finishing Article 370, for the first time, PM Narendra Modi spoke on the phone with US President Donald Trump. This conversation lasted for about 30 minutes. During this time, PM Modi also raised the issue of rhetorical statements by the Pakistani leaders from Trump to anti-India violence. PM Narendra Modi told Trump, "The statements of some leaders are a threat to peace."
Trumps erupted on Imran Khan
The American President spoke to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on the phone as soon as he spoke to PM Narendra Modi. During this, he broke out on Pak PM Imran Khan. He asked Imran Khan to "make a strong statement against India to reduce tensions in Jammu and Kashmir". Trump later said, "There were talks with PM Modi and Imran Khan. Both were talked about to reduce tension in Kashmir. The circumstances are difficult but there should be good talks."