S Jaishankar explains how the government will function under ‘Captain Modi’


S Jaishankar also talked about India becoming a bigger economy than Britain and dominating cricket.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar used the analogy of foreign policy under ‘Captain’ Modi to explain how the government works. Mr. Jaishankar was speaking at the flagship event of Raisina Dialogue, a think tank organized by the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) in partnership with the Department of External Affairs (MEA). The foreign minister also referred to the hit film.RRR‘ Describing the relationship between India and Great Britain. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and former England cricketer Kevin Peterson also shared the stage with him at the event.

“The clean drill with Captain (Prime Minister) Modi starts at 6 am and continues very late,” Mr. Jaishankar said when asked to explain how the government works.

He said that if the captain had a bowler, he would have given the ball to them.

“I think in that sense, captain Modi gives his bowlers some freedom. He expects to take that wicket if he gives you a chance. But I would also say that some of them look at the tough decisions that have been made. The decision to arrest was a very difficult decision that had to be made. If we look back now, what would have happened if we hadn’t made that decision?” he said.

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After that, the Foreign Minister noted the growing interest in India’s foreign policy.

“Because this world is in a difficult situation, the number of people interested in the world is increasing. The second reason is the globalization of India. As a cricket team, we want to win not only at home but also abroad,” he said.

The discussion, with Mr Blair present, then turned to India becoming a bigger economy than Britain and the dominance of cricket.

“I would call it a realignment. History is knocking, it is knocking the other way… something that many other civilized nations cannot do,” Mr. Jaishankar said.

“The Most Popular Movie in India Last Year”RRR“It’s about the British era… Indeed, when you have such a complicated history, there is a downside to it, there are suspicions, there are unresolved issues,” he added.

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